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December 10, 2018
Five Reasons to Invest in Multifamily
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Investors of all stripes have long been interested in apartments, especially as their role in the commercial real estate investment market grew following the Great Recession. However, now as the economy’s expansion matures, the question many are grappling with is whether multifamily is as sure an investment in uncertain times as it was in the good times. 

For CBRE and Hamilton Zanze, the answer is yes. In a new paper, the firms outline all the reasons multifamily investment still makes sense in an economic slowdown, as well as the sector’s defensive performance characteristics. Multifamily Executive offers the lite version, while the full list is available here.

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