It’s no secret that the nation’s apartment sector has been on fire in recent years. With new multifamily construction largely stalled and homeownership on the decline, occupancy and rental rates at apartment communities surged, and investors entered the market in droves.
Now, with construction levels beginning to rise and the single-family housing sector showing signs of recovery, people have been wondering if multifamily’s moment in the sun has pass
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