Multifamily housing in the United States represents a significant portion of U.S. homes, with 12 percent of the country—almost 18.5 million households and close to 38 million residents—renting housing in buildings with five or more units. And yet, many multifamily buildings are inefficient, preventing owners and managers, governments, efficiency implementers, residents, and financiers from reaping a wide range of economic and environmental benefits. IMT’s work includes exploring how public policy and programs, alongside changes in real estate ownership and management, can change this. Check out our multifamily-specific resources below.

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IMT 2020 Annual Report

One year into a decade that demands critical, widespread action, IMT’s annual report pauses to take stock of how we pushed for higher-performing buildings in 2020.