• organized mess_shutterstock_199876136
    We all have employees whose desks are perpetually messy and who seem quite comfortable with that arrangement – excuse the pun. Since 1997, the average space allotted per office worker has dropped as much as 21 percent.
  • tech savvy_shutterstock_190976063
    Posts on Facebook, Pinterest and other social media platforms now help onsite property personnel engage with residents who are gearing up for friends and family time over the long weekend.
  • Richmond Apartment Market Q4 2013
    Richmond’s economy has recovered all the jobs lost in the recession. Apartment occupancy rates have been consistently solid. But apartment rent growth levels have slipped – counter to the national norm.
  • moneybag_shutterstock_143394364-(1)
    While “bubble” seems to be too strong a word, today’s climate is very different from what was typical in the apartment sector’s recovery stage.
  • flaming charcoals in kettle
    It’s Labor Day. What are you grilling? Labor Day’s arrival marks the start of the end-of-year holiday season when thoughts turn to preparing feasts on an open flame inside and outside apartments.
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Understanding Your Messy-Desk Employee

We all have employees whose desks are perpetually messy and who seem quite comfortable with that arrangement – excuse the pun. Since 1997, the average space allotted per office worker has dropped as much as 21 percent.

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Holiday Weekends Mean Time to Reach Residents Through Social Media

Posts on Facebook, Pinterest and other social media platforms now help onsite property personnel engage with residents who are gearing up for friends and family time over the long weekend.

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Apartment Rent Growth Levels Soften in Richmond

Richmond’s economy has recovered all the jobs lost in the recession. Apartment occupancy rates have been consistently solid. But apartment rent growth levels have slipped – counter to the national norm.

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The Banks are Back: How Should Multifamily Lending Strategies evolve as the Industry Gets More Crowded?

While “bubble” seems to be too strong a word, today’s climate is very different from what was typical in the apartment sector’s recovery stage.

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Protecting Apartment Homes: 7 Tips to Safe Grilling

It’s Labor Day. What are you grilling? Labor Day’s arrival marks the start of the end-of-year holiday season when thoughts turn to preparing feasts on an open flame inside and outside apartments.

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The Banks are Back: Is Multifamily the Next Bubble for Lenders?

Given the rapid growth in multifamily lending on the tails of a major recession, it’s appropriate to ask the obvious question: Is multifamily reaching a bubble?

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Milwaukee’s Apartment Sector Appears Stable

Milwaukee’s apartment market seems to be settling in at sustainable norms – producing consistently strong occupancy rates and decent, but unspectacular, rent growth.

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The Banks are Back: Most Megabanks Still on Sidelines as Multifamily Lending Surges

Among all bank lending categories, none has grown faster than multifamily over the last six years. Multifamily as a share of overall lending has surged to a 20-year high.

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The Banks are Back: Commercial Banks Now Biggest Lenders in Multifamily

Financial benchmarks in most areas of real estate remain below pre-recession highs, but the apartment industry is one exception to the rule.

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8 Steps to a Healthy Fall, Winter Lawn

A wetter and cooler summer in many parts of the country is setting the stage for what could be an opportunity for apartments to have some stunning winter landscape.

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