Despite Slowdown, Hiring Carries On

Census data shows that most people who took a new job last year weren’t searching for one: Somebody came and got them. Hiring talent remains the number one concern of CEOs and equally, the top concern of the entire executive suite. However, like a wildfire, the market instability brought on by the coronavirus has swept […]

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Smart Buildings Can Be The New Normal To Keep Us Healthy

If there was ever a time for Real Estate developers to turn to technology, it is now. In our COVID-19 era, smart building technology within Real Estate Development can lead the charge of monitoring for virus-free zones. Although nobody knows exactly what our “new normal” will look like, there are already changing attitudes towards health, […]

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Bullish Trends Lead Single-Family Homes Built For Renting

Housing is playing its traditional role in leading the economy out of recession, as the single-family built-for-rent market is experiencing bullish trends. The old American Dream is alive and well for homebuyers. Buyer demand has remained high for single-family inventory, creating a window of opportunity for the sector. Alongside concerns over housing affordability, the single-family […]

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The Future Of California Housing: Multifamily Residential Construction

Co-living and multifamily residences are here to stay despite short-term concerns about the need for social distancing. Even during times of COVID-19 related building restrictions, co-living and multifamily assets is still an increasingly hot topic in California. Developers are turning to building multifamily residential units during our current housing shortage peak. Co-living uniquely offers a […]

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Multifamily Residential Companies Give Back During Pandemic

During times of national emergency many industry leaders have been known to redirect their focus to giving back and investing in the communities they serve. A wave of relief has come from our nation’s top multifamily residential companies to combat food and housing insecurities as well as raise money for hospitals and frontline workers, among […]

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LA Upholds COVID-19 Rules On Construction Sites

Los Angeles development and construction projects are forging on during the coronavirus. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, construction has largely been restricted in major cities such as San Francisco and New York. However, in Los Angeles, it’s humming along, but ever-so cautiously. Daily on-site checks by city officials are making sure workers follow strict […]

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Post-COVID-19 The Housing Industry Is Poised to Lead U.S. Economic Rebound

In the wake of COVID-19, the real estate and residential development industry is experiencing some uncertainty. Rising construction costs, emerging markets, and varying regulatory requirements alongside when to hire and prepare for new projects are all current industry strains. As of recent, news reports have shown that the time to hire is now. Companies need […]

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