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LIHTC Market Braces for Tax Reform

March 23rd, 2017 by Alicia Orkisz

The need for affordable housing has never been higher, yet the looming threat of tax reform could mean a drop in the production of housing credit developments.

Connect Dallas Conference Recap

March 3rd, 2017 by Andrew Stief

On February 22, Greysteel Senior Director Doug Banerjee addressed 200 commercial real estate professionals at the Connect Dallas 2017 event held by Connect Media. Watch the video recap here.

Baltimore Spotlight: Mount Vernon

February 8th, 2017 by Ari Azarbarzin

One of Baltimore's hippest and culturally vibrant neighborhoods, Mount Vernon attracts students and young professionals drawn to its eclectic mix of boutique shops, gourmet restaurants, trendy bars and nightlife.

Top Five Takeaways from NMHC's 2017 Annual Meeting

February 1st, 2017 by W. Kyle Tangney

This year at NMHC’s 2017 Annual Meeting, there was a mixture of optimism and caution with respect to the outlook for our industry. The biggest economic concern was the looming threat of another recession, but many panelists and researchers have pushed that possibility to the side in favor of economic growth. Inflation is not increasing by double digits and interest rates are still historically low.

2017 NMHC Annual Meeting

January 23rd, 2017 by Andrew Stief

Starting today, thousands will begin descending on the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, CA for NMHC’s 2017 Annual Meeting.

Connect Apartments Conference Recap

September 28th, 2016 by Dina Finnegan

On September 15th, Greysteel Managing Director John Mullen joined 500 commercial real estate professionals at the Connect Apartments 2016 event held by Connect Media. Watch the video recap here.

Baltimore: The Best is Yet to Come

September 14th, 2016 by Ari Azarbarzin

Historically overlooked along the East Coast, millennial migration has symbolized the dawn of a new day in Charm City. The recent influx of a budding dynamic workforce to Baltimore’s urban core neighborhoods has driven the fourth largest increase in college-educated young professionals amongst metro areas nationwide. These young professionals followed substantial job migration resulting in a paradigm shift from Washington D.C. and other major Mid-Atlantic employment centers.