Buying apartment properties in core markets is no longer enough for multifamily REITs. These companies are expected to slow their acquisitions of individual properties this year.
“I think you’re going to see them becoming more neutral or even becoming net sellers,” says Dan Fasulo, managing director with Real Capital Analytics, a New York City-based research firm.
REITs can no longer count on apartment building values to rise through the roof
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