Investors continue to broaden their scope beyond stabilized apartment properties in core markets to increase the yield on their commercial real estate investments. As the recovery continues investment activity on other property types, secondary markets and new development continues to pick up.
“They are starting to broaden their search,” says David Cardwell, vice president of capital markets for the National Multi-Housing Council.
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