Bay Area’s Issue? Construction Costs
SAN FRANCISCO-A panelist at the upcoming RealShare Bay Area conference EXCLUSIVELY tells GlobeSt.com that multifamily projects bought based upon today's land price are either assuming high continued rent growth, low construction costs or are being built to lower yields.
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