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From left: Megan Gianopulos of Apartment People & Tristen Heimann of Luxury Living Chicago Realty

“Worse before it gets better”: Rental agents adapt to new — virtual — reality

Broker Megan Gianopulos had a set routine whenever a client would walk into her Apartment People’s office in Lakeview...

“Worse before it gets better”: Rental agents adapt to new — virtual — reality
Will coronavirus and eviction moratoriums lead to a “daisy-chain, domino-effect reaction” for landlords and multifamily lenders? (Credit: iStock)

Coronavirus cascade: How Covid-19 disruption could impact multifamily landlords, lenders

With industries like lodging, retail and beyond experiencing mass layoffs, millions of Americans face the prospect of no longer...

Coronavirus cascade: How Covid-19 disruption could impact multifamily landlords, lenders
Amherst Holdings to buy single-family landlord for $2.3B

Amherst Holdings to buy single-family landlord for $2.3B

In an effort to expand its already large portfolio, Amherst Holdings is acquiring heavily indebted single-family landlord Front Yard...

Amherst Holdings to buy single-family landlord for $2.3B
Following the latest rule changes in New York, Boston appears to be the last major city where tenant-paid broker fees are common practice.

Broker fees for NYC rentals mystified outsiders. Here’s how other US cities do it

New York City’s rental market broker fee system, which has been especially perplexing for out-of-towners, is now mostly a...

Broker fees for NYC rentals mystified outsiders. Here’s how other US cities do it
Why Chicagoans, New Yorkers, Californians and others pay so much rent

Why Chicagoans, New Yorkers, Californians and others pay so much rent

Residential rents in the U.S. increased in 2019 as did the number of tenants, pushing America’s total rent bill...

Why Chicagoans, New Yorkers, Californians and others pay so much rent
Luxury Living Chicago Realty CEO Aaron Galvin and downtown Chicago

Top rental broker Aaron Galvin predicts rental shortage by 2022

Luxury Living Chicago Realty CEO Aaron Galvin has been one of the top-producing rental brokers in Downtown for the...

Top rental broker Aaron Galvin predicts rental shortage by 2022
1540 West Fullerton Avenue, and from left: Interra Senior Managing Partner Joe Smazal, Director Jeremy Morton and Managing Partner Ted Stratman (Credit: Google Maps)

Mystery buyer pays $11M for Lincoln Park luxury rental building

Lincoln Park has hit a new sales high for 2019 in the multifamily market. A four-story, 25-unit building recently...

Mystery buyer pays $11M for Lincoln Park luxury rental building
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