Brookfield Pays $414M To Snap Up 19 Apt. Communities
The Toronto-based alternative asset manager said the portfolio of 4,892 units is concentrated in the Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham submarkets, where robust economic and population growth is expected to yield superior occupancy rates and rental increases.
The average occupancy of the portfolio is 92 percent. The portfolio is being financed with...
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