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A multifamily property technically refers to a residential structure with two or more distinct units. For the purpose of multifamily investing, however, multifamily properties generally have 5+ units.

The Entrust Group’s Mindy Gayer Talks Self-Directed IRAs For Multifamily Investors

This week, I sat down with The Entrust Group’s Mindy Gayer to discuss self-directed IRAs (SDIRAs), with a particular focus on how multifamily investors can utilize them to reduce their overall tax burden.

HUD 232 Loan Program Relaxes Cash-Out Rules For Borrowers

HUD 232 loan borrowers have traditionally needed to wait 24 months after taking cash out from a lender before refinancing with HUD. Fortunately, HUD recently adjusted their rules to eliminate this waiting period, provided that the proposed loan fits several other parameters.

Madison SPECS' Yonah Weiss Discusses Benefits of Cost Segregation for Multifamily Investors

This week, Multifamily.Today sat down with Madison SPECS’ Yonah Weiss to discuss the benefits of cost segregation for multifamily and commercial real estate investors.

NREI Report Suggests Multifamily Investors Remain Optimistic

Despite fears of a recession from some corners of the market, research conducted by the National Real Estate Investor (NREI) suggests that most multifamily investors remain strikingly optimistic.

Newmark Knight Frank Releases 2Q 2019 Multifamily Capital Markets Report

On August 19th, Newmark Knight Frank released its 2Q 2019 Multifamily Capital Markets Report, showing a strong market, with particular growth in the Sunbelt.

Will Class-A, Luxury Supply Growth Impact Class B & C Investors? Maybe.

How can potential over-supply in Class-A apartments impact the performance of Class-B and Class-C product? If you ask most folks, particularly those scooping up value-add "B" and "C" product, it can't. But what if they're wrong?