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Marcus & Millichap Announces Strategic Partnership with Real Estate Technology Firm Archer
Marcus & Millichap announced today a strategic partnership that includes an equity investment and commercial relationship with Archer, a venture-backed real estate technology company.
November 13, 2023
Industry Titans Talk Insights, Challenges, and Multifamily Optimism.
According to the State of the Industry panel at the GlobeSt. Multifamily Fall Conference on Monday, there is no one worried about three years from now. Everyone is sort of waiting for that phone call saying that they have hit the bottom so they can jump back in, panelists say.