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A surge of new apartment construction starts puts Jacksonville among the nation’s most active markets despite ranking among the nation’s worst for both apartment occupancy and rent change levels.
Should property management companies and apartment communities be worried about this impending cicada apocalypse and property damage? Not really. Here’s your Property Management Field Guide to everything you wanted to know about cicadas, and a few things you probably didn’t want to know.
Despite the Cleveland apartment market’s occupancy premium relative to the national norm, the metro’s rent growth performance is running a bit below the U.S. average.
According to one survey, only 31% of renters have renter’s insurance. Here are some common misconceptions renter’s have about renter’s insurance and why they pass on such a valuable way to protect not only their belongings but their bank accounts.
The headwinds are picking up in Portland – more home sales and more new apartment supply. But those factors haven’t done much to weaken Portland’s strong apartment fundamentals.
A panel of Generation Y multifamily professionals render their verdicts on development trends and amenities that are typically targeted at them and whether they are truly essential or overrated.
Greg Willett recently appeared on America’s Commercial Real Estate Show where he spoke with host Michael Bull about the performance of the U.S. apartment market for the first quarter of 2013.
Property managers can reduce their color budgets while maintaining a consistent look of eye-catching color by using a strategic approach of mixing perennials and annuals during spring and fall plantings.
The Connecticut apartment market – which includes Hartford, Bridgeport/Stamford/Norwalk, New Haven and Norwich/New London – has put up consistently strong occupancy rates but slowing rent growth levels.
With Florida apartment demand holding steady at the same time that national demand slowed, the Sunshine State has played an increasingly important role in the nation’s apartment sector results of late.
From 2010 to 2012, the Carolinas were home to some of the hottest apartment markets in the country—both large and small—thanks to great demographics, solid job growth, strong apartment demand, and big rent growth. But the story line is beginning to change.
As more cities across the country adopt mandatory recycling programs, some of the burden for cost and compliance falls in to the hands of property management companies and apartment communities.
This year’s AIM Conference drew quite the crowd, and brought with it a social media buzz unsurpassed in previous years. We’ve been following the #AIMConf hashtag on Twitter to keep in touch with all the speakers and sessions. Here are some of our favorite tweets.