Home sharing service Airbnb wants to cut a deal with owners and managers of apartment buildings. “We’ve been having a conversation with the multifamily community over the last couple of years,” says Chris Nolte, a spokesman for the website.

Higher household incomes are great news for the apartment business—both for property managers and for residents.

“The demand for housing—particularly among young adults—may be growing,” says Dan McCue, senior research associate for the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.

After years of waiting, the tidal wave of maturing CMBS loans is here. Hundreds of billions of dollars in loans made during the last real estate boom are coming to the end of their terms and will need to be refinanced.

In rural towns and tertiary markets, investors can earn superior yields on apartment properties, according to some multifamily investment experts.

After a very slow start to the year, apartment REITs may buy a few more properties as their stock prices recover.

Case in point: Mid-America Apartment Communities just announced its deal to buy Post Properties for nearly $4 billion. The giant acquisition reverses the trend of the past year, when REITs bought fewer apartment properties and many became net sellers./p>

The market for real estate investment trusts (REITs) has been choppy this year. Let me be more specific: The market for equity REITs has been choppy. Mortgage REITs – at least those inside the portfolios of two exchange-traded funds – have been on a quiet tear. It’s uncertain if that will continue.

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