Multifamily

Word MULTIFAMILY
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Definitions and meanings of "Multifamily"

What do we mean by multifamily?

Of, relating to, or intended for use by several families. adjective

Intended for more than one family. Particularly applied to residences. adjective

A residence intended for more than one family. noun

A residence intended for more than one family.

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The word "multifamily" in example sentences

That's bad news, but there was a surge in what we call multifamily units, that's apartment buildings, and that overcame that, which gave us an increase of the 9.1 percent. ❋ Unknown (2008)

The bank, which focuses on lending on rent-regulated apartment buildings, is on pace to exceed its 2009 total of $2.6 billion in multifamily and commercial real estate loan originations, Mr. Carpenter said. ❋ Anton Troianovski (2010)

Brendan, my point is that if environmental issues are important, one can adopt policies that encourage people to buy units in multifamily buildings in dense-population areas. ❋ Unknown (2009)

I lived in multifamily midrises for half my childhood. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Pool the Scott money with other superwealthy families who used to own a company and start what is known as a multifamily office, a boutique investment house, one of many now dotted around West London. ❋ Unknown (2010)

She spent more than a year updating a 300-page portion of the city code called the "multifamily code," which spells out what developers can build in urban neighborhoods. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Even after a 50 percent rise in so-called "multifamily" housing starts this year, "We expect a similar pace of growth next year," said Bank of America-Merrill Lynch senior economist Michelle Meyer in a research note. ❋ Neil Irwin (2011)

Apartments also are called multifamily housing and multi-housing. ❋ Unknown (2010)

He noted that 52 meth labs were found in structures that are classified as multifamily dwellings, which include apartment complexes, hotels and motels. ❋ Unknown (2010)

And so the gentrified precincts of our brightest and biggest cities are full of recent college grads packed tenement-tight in "multifamily" buildings that include hardly any families at all. ❋ Unknown (2008)

The HIT invests primarily in high credit quality fixed-income investments such as multifamily and single family mortgage-backed securities.

Because excluding land uses (such as multifamily homes) often amounts to excluding households (those who cannot afford single-family homes), associational patterns in metropolitan areas are deeply impacted by the use of these property tools. ❋ Unknown (2009)

FHA insures $56 billion in "multifamily" apartment loans, as well as $412 billion in single-family mortgages. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Pinnacle was among investors during the boom that looked to Manhattan north of 125th Street as well as to other boroughs in order to amass large portfolios of multifamily housing. ❋ Eliot Brown (2011)

The new enforcement would also require “an energy audit/rating for all non-industrial commercial buildings with 5,000 square feet or more and multifamily properties with five or more units, aged 10 years or older.” ❋ Unknown (2010)

More Russians were able to move out of cramped family and multifamily apartments into individual ones. ❋ Daniel Treisman (2011)

Equity Residential owns stakes in 119,000 apartments, making it the country's largest publicly traded multifamily landlord. ❋ Eliot Brown (2011)

And much of November's increase in construction came from apartments, town houses and multifamily developments, a sign of demand for rentals, not home buying. ❋ Gregory Zuckerman (2011)

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