A look at our week in Seattle for this years weakest .Fourteen of us made the trip from San Diego to hang with our boys from nng. In past years we’ve always decided it would be cooler to drive there but this time around we flew giving us more time to hang out with friends. Make sure to come back in a couple days for the second part of our trip.
More info on Wekfest Seattle 2019…part 1
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Austin Multifamily Report – Winter 2019, Part 2
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Austin Multifamily Report – Fall 2019, Part 2
The transaction volume for multifamily assets during the first 10 months of 2019 has already surpassed 2018’s $1.5 billion figure, at an average per-unit price of $150,210.