The Secret To Chicago Class-A Multifamily Success: Out-Of-State Couples
Luxury Living Chicago Realty (LLCR) analyzed data from the first and second quarters of the year within its portfolio of 18 Class A rental properties where the brokerage firm is the exclusive leasing provider to better understand the dynamics and demographics driving Chicago's Class A renters.
What Every Developer Needs To Know Before Leasing A Condo Deconversion
A condo deconversion is a real estate transaction in which a savvy investor acquires an entire condo building through a bulk sale to turn into rentals.
Should Developers Focus On Micro Units Or Large, Ultra-Luxe Units?
Developers are always looking to maximize the price per square foot of each apartment unit to strengthen their multifamily investment.
Leads To Leases: Why Marketing And Leasing Are Stronger Together
In the multifamily industry, marketing and leasing are typically executed by two different teams from two different companies.
How To Increase Multifamily Rents On Renewals In Stabilized Assets
Once an apartment building reaches 90% occupancy, it is considered a stabilized asset and no longer in lease-up.
Preleasing: The Key To A Successful Multifamily Lease-up
Whether you need to lease-up a 100-unit building or 500 units of new construction, a successful preleasing campaign brings in more move-ins and revenue than the developer and owner may have originally projected.