Multifamily Housing Field Can Yield Diamonds in the Rough

Maurice, Alex
March 2001
Bond Buyer;03/19/2001, Vol. 335 Issue 31099, p7
Trade Publication
Warns investors that are considering the acquisition of multifamily housing bonds in the United States to thoroughly research any purchase they might make in the sector. Advice given by market participants and analysts who spoke at the 'Financing and Following Multifamily Housing,' session held March 2001; Need for caution when purchasing bonds in the multifamily housing sector.


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