Another Top-10 List — The Best Cities for Snowbirds

After a freezing start to Winter (you can’t call it a blazing start can you, given the recent chilling weather?) there are likely more individuals in the Northern and Midwest parts of the U.S. contemplating joining the birds and heading south for the season. Where best to go? A lot of factors come into play. …Read more

To Tap Into the Millennial Wave, Think Creatively

Most of us in the real estate industry have watched millennials1 grow up. We’ve seen them go to college, get into debt, face a weak job market and move back home. But they’re adults now, getting ready to start households, and they’re about to change the homebuilding sector. By now, we’re all familiar with stories …Read more

Another Top-10 List — America’s Most Affordable Big Cities

We all appreciate the charm and calmness of small towns, but then admit that larger locales offer more opportunities — employment, entertainment, education, healthcare, travel options and shopping – just to name a few. There are tradeoffs as in many instances larger cities have increased crime rates, more noise, congestion, longer commute times and higher …Read more

Another Top-10 List — Cities With the Greatest Delivery of New Multifamily Units in 2015

Rental housing remains hot, from single family to apartments, driven by still stringent lending, increasing job numbers and failure thus far to ignite in the formation of new households. Apartments, however, make up the largest segment amongst new construction deliveries built to rent in 2015. MPF Research examined and analyzed expected new deliveries of multifamily …Read more

Ted’s Tweets — October 17-23 2014

For those of you that do not Tweet – you should consider doing so. If you want to talk about effective bang for the buck, the 140 total characters, letters, numbers and spaces of a Tweet on Twitter certainly qualifies. Who knew you could say so much in so little. It reminds me of Mark …Read more