Baby boomers, like millennials, are flocking to rentals offering a ‘hands-free’ lifestyle

Source: Ollie Russ Chung once lived in a sizable Midwest home, but he recently downsized to a luxury one-bedroom rental in Midtown Manhattan just blocks from Central Park. Now, rather than mowing a lawn, the 60-year-old higher education administrator spends his free time visiting museums and taking in New York’s other cultural offerings. “As you … More Baby boomers, like millennials, are flocking to rentals offering a ‘hands-free’ lifestyle

Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents

http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/apartment-dwellers-seek-affordable-rents/article_84ecea80-7778-5356-9d12-878feec7ac05.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents Atlantic City mother sacrifices to make rent Press of Atlantic City ATLANTIC CITY — Toni Wilson, the mother of four children ranging in age from 15 to 3, moved from Egg Harbor Township to Atlantic City to save $100 on her monthly rent. Working part-time as a cocktail waitress … More Apartment dwellers seek affordable rents

The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger

The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger October 17, 2017 8 Min Read 119 SHARES FacebookTwitterPinterestReddit Have you noticed how different renting is today from one or two decades ago? I think most of us would agree that renters were usually people in their 20s, renting mostly bare-bones … More The Biggest Game Changers in Renting Are Older, Highly-Educated Renters, and 2.5 Million Stronger

40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing

40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing Updated: October 16, 2017 — 9:54 AM EDT   CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer Delran is one of a number of municipalities still locked in a court battle over its affordable-housing requirements under the “Mount Laurel Doctrine,” intended to ensure adequate housing for low- … More 40 years later, N.J. courts, towns still wrestling with ‘affordable’ housing

Need for New Residential Apartments Skyrocketing Across the U.S.

Need for New Residential Apartments Skyrocketing Across the U.S. *The Hermitage Apartment Homes St. Petersburg, Florida On the heels of the great recession, we began to see a trend, as much of the oversupply of condominiums began to be absorbed into the rental market.  In both primary and secondary urban settings, led chiefly by millennials, … More Need for New Residential Apartments Skyrocketing Across the U.S.

Course Correction: In a State with too many golf courses and not enough houses, Toll Brothers sees money in converting fairways to developments

  Course correction: In a state with too many golf courses and not enough houses, Toll Brothers sees money in converting fairways to developments By Mario Marroquin, June 12, 2017 at 3:00 AM (AARON HOUSTON) Let’s see: It would seem to make sense for the fairway to become the main road. The cart path could … More Course Correction: In a State with too many golf courses and not enough houses, Toll Brothers sees money in converting fairways to developments

Mango Capital, Inc. Executes Another Agreement to Secure an Ownership Interest in a Significant Real Estate Project

FAR HILLS, N.J., May 24, 2017 — Mango Capital, Inc. (OTC:  MCAP) announces an agreement for the acquisition of an ownership stake in CBD at Bonnies Landing LLC. Consideration for the purchase consists exclusively of MCAP shares. The investment is expected to yield a positive future income stream. Bonnie’s Landing will be the location of … More Mango Capital, Inc. Executes Another Agreement to Secure an Ownership Interest in a Significant Real Estate Project