The stocks of publicly traded companies whose business is primarily the development and ownership of multifamily housing bounced back strongly in September, after taking a dip in August, pushing the National Association of Home Builders' Multifamily Stock Index to its second-highest level ever. "The demand for condominiums remains strong and demand for market rate rental apartments is also on the upswing," said Ron Terwilliger, CEO of Trammell Crow Residential. "The health of apartment company stocks on Wall Street is another sign of the overall strength of the housing market right now." NAHB's Multifamily Stock Index tracks the total returns (including capital gains and dividends) of 27 publicly traded firms principally involved in the ownership and management of apartments. In Sep...
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