Apartments are in high demand in small cities across the Northeast.
“We are now at the inflection point. Our performance is better than the national average,” says Jesse Holland, president of Sunrise Management and Consulting, an Albany, N.Y.-based data and brokerage firm active in the Northeast.
Investors have been growing more interested in secondary apartment markets for some time. Now, improving property fundamentals are making some of these sm
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