Weekly Digs – On the rebound

Average national home prices moved up 3.2% in year ending in August, giving some hope to a potential rebound. Hopefully this isn’t just another rebound, and it really lasts this time. Also, which home renovations get you the most ROI, and when should landlords charge a holding deposit for new lease agreements? This and more, below the fold.

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Weekly Digs — When I dip, you dip, we dip

Across the board, home sales have dropped in September. New home sales dropped 1% in September, while existing-home sales dipped 2.2% in the same month. High prices and slim inventory appear to be weighing in on the housing market. We also explore buying your first rental property with no money down, renting to college students, and more below the fold.


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  • Going Beyond the Basics of Training: How to Develop a Future for Today’s Employees
    • Millennials are America’s future. They are close to overtaking Baby Boomers as the largest living generation and are on track to being the most educated, according to Pew Research Center. Millennials also dominate the U.S. workforce at 56 million strong, based on the latest U.S. census data. Experts say that this generation wants to be trained and[…]
  • Acing the Senior Living Market
    • The senior living market has become more competitive than ever. The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care reported that occupancy fell to eight-year lows at one point last year. Operators face workforce challenges and aging in place is becoming more desirable. Whether independent living, assisted living or memory care, senior housing properties are being[…]
  • Is Your Website Senior and ADA Friendly?
    • According to AARP, Baby Boomers spend about $3 trillion annually and a whopping 78 percent are online, where they’re buying $7 billion in goods and services. As of 2017, they spent more time online than Millennials. It’s likely their time spent online will continue to grow, and they have the resources to support an increasing number of online[…]
  • Turning a Bad Turn Day into a Good One with Technology
    • Hours upon hours and days upon days can be spent planning and executing student housing lease-ups. Vendor schedules must be coordinated, leases approved, apartments assigned and roommates matched. Property management technology can assist but the sweat of the brow is often necessary. Most of all, listening to students and parents as they embark upon one[…]

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Weekly Digs – No More Secrets

Secret Manhattan Condo purchases are dead, thanks to some new legislation aimed at stopping LLCs from buying luxury condos in the area. We are seeing mortgage rates drop yet-again, spurring an uptick in loan Re-Financing. And let’s talk about renting to college students. This and more below the fold.


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  • Renting to College Students 101: Pros, Cons, & What Landlords Need to Know
    • One of the most common questions among real estate investors is “Where should I purchase rental properties?” They typically mean the context of finding neighborhoods and the best cities for real estate investing. But before asking where, it often helps to decide who…
  • Buy and Hold Real Estate Strategy: Pros, Cons, and Maximizing Your Income
    • Looking for an investment strategy that helps you create ongoing passive income? Income streams that will keep coming in for the rest of your life? That’s the beauty of the buy-and-hold real estate strategy: you put in the work and money once, and give yourself the…
  • Are US Housing Markets in a Real Estate Bubble in 2019?
    • Remember 2008? It represented the second-largest recession we’ve lived through, junior only to the Great Depression. Since the 2008 housing bubble and subsequent collapse, many Americans continue living with a sense of fear about the economy and the housing market…
  • Driving for Dollars & How to Find Motivated Sellers
    • When Deni and I poll new real estate investors about their greatest challenges, two answers pop up again and again: coming up with a down payment and finding good deals on real estate. So we talk about those two challenges a lot 😊 But the thing about finding deals is…

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  • Acing the Senior Living Market
    • The senior living market has become more competitive than ever. The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care reported that occupancy fell to eight-year lows at one point last year. Operators face workforce challenges and aging in place is becoming more desirable. Whether independent living, assisted living or memory care, senior housing properties are being[…]
  • Is Your Website Senior and ADA Friendly?
    • According to AARP, Baby Boomers spend about $3 trillion annually and a whopping 78 percent are online, where they’re buying $7 billion in goods and services. As of 2017, they spent more time online than Millennials. It’s likely their time spent online will continue to grow, and they have the resources to support an increasing number of online[…]
  • Turning a Bad Turn Day into a Good One with Technology
    • Hours upon hours and days upon days can be spent planning and executing student housing lease-ups. Vendor schedules must be coordinated, leases approved, apartments assigned and roommates matched. Property management technology can assist but the sweat of the brow is often necessary. Most of all, listening to students and parents as they embark upon one[…]
  • Green Landscaping Isn’t Limiting Multifamily Sustainable Practices To The Indoors
    • The perfect time to leave a truly green mark on an apartment’s landscape is during the renovation. Property rehabilitation can not only upgrade the look and feel inside but improve out-of-date landscapes with a more modern – and sensible – look that’s environmentally pleasing. Previous perceptions that green landscapes are boring and costly are being[…]

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Weekly Digs – Thanks to the Wild West

Lower mortgage rates are holding up the housing market, especially in the West. And the summer has shown a slight uptick in home sales throughout the country. We also explore the Buy-And-Hold strategy in Real Estate, and how effective it can be as an investment vehicle. All this and more below the fold!


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  • Buy and Hold Real Estate Strategy: Pros, Cons, and Maximizing Your Income
    • Looking for an investment strategy that helps you create ongoing passive income? Income streams that will keep coming in for the rest of your life? That’s the beauty of the buy-and-hold real estate strategy: you put in the work and money once, and give yourself the…
  • Are US Housing Markets in a Real Estate Bubble in 2019?
    • Remember 2008? It represented the second-largest recession we’ve lived through, junior only to the Great Depression. Since the 2008 housing bubble and subsequent collapse, many Americans continue living with a sense of fear about the economy and the housing market…
  • Driving for Dollars & How to Find Motivated Sellers
    • When Deni and I poll new real estate investors about their greatest challenges, two answers pop up again and again: coming up with a down payment and finding good deals on real estate. So we talk about those two challenges a lot 😊 But the thing about finding deals is…
  • How Much Emergency Fund Should I Have as a Property Owner?
    • Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an…

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  • Is Your Website Senior and ADA Friendly?
    • According to AARP, Baby Boomers spend about $3 trillion annually and a whopping 78 percent are online, where they’re buying $7 billion in goods and services. As of 2017, they spent more time online than Millennials. It’s likely their time spent online will continue to grow, and they have the resources to support an increasing number of online[…]
  • Turning a Bad Turn Day into a Good One with Technology
    • Hours upon hours and days upon days can be spent planning and executing student housing lease-ups. Vendor schedules must be coordinated, leases approved, apartments assigned and roommates matched. Property management technology can assist but the sweat of the brow is often necessary. Most of all, listening to students and parents as they embark upon one[…]
  • Green Landscaping Isn’t Limiting Multifamily Sustainable Practices To The Indoors
    • The perfect time to leave a truly green mark on an apartment’s landscape is during the renovation. Property rehabilitation can not only upgrade the look and feel inside but improve out-of-date landscapes with a more modern – and sensible – look that’s environmentally pleasing. Previous perceptions that green landscapes are boring and costly are being[…]
  • Lending a Helping Hand with Student Housing Turn
    • Just about any student housing operator will gladly take a helping hand during spring and fall semester turns. That’s when, amid a flurry, students move-in en masse to their new living quarters just before classes begin. It’s the peak of peak season. Lines form to the right. RealPage’s student team was more than happy to[…]

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Weekly Digs – Are we in a bubble?

Mortgage rates are falling slightly, leading to an increase in home sales in August. Home price growth slowed significantly in July. Mortgage rates are slightly increasing now, but the question is: Are we in a potential bubble similar to 2008? This and more below the fold.

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  • Are US Housing Markets in a Real Estate Bubble in 2019?
    • Remember 2008? It represented the second-largest recession we’ve lived through, junior only to the Great Depression. Since the 2008 housing bubble and subsequent collapse, many Americans continue living with a sense of fear about the economy and the housing market…
  • Driving for Dollars & How to Find Motivated Sellers
    • When Deni and I poll new real estate investors about their greatest challenges, two answers pop up again and again: coming up with a down payment and finding good deals on real estate. So we talk about those two challenges a lot 😊 But the thing about finding deals is…
  • How Much Emergency Fund Should I Have as a Property Owner?
    • Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an…
  • Real Estate vs. Stocks: Which Is Faster for FI & Early Retirement?
    • If you want to reach financial independence and/or retire early (FIRE) within the next five to ten years, should you invest in real estate or stocks? Both have their advantages and disadvantages. It turns out that several US and German universities, along with the…

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  • Turning a Bad Turn Day into a Good One with Technology
    • Hours upon hours and days upon days can be spent planning and executing student housing lease-ups. Vendor schedules must be coordinated, leases approved, apartments assigned and roommates matched. Property management technology can assist but the sweat of the brow is often necessary. Most of all, listening to students and parents as they embark upon one[…]
  • Green Landscaping Isn’t Limiting Multifamily Sustainable Practices To The Indoors
    • The perfect time to leave a truly green mark on an apartment’s landscape is during the renovation. Property rehabilitation can not only upgrade the look and feel inside but improve out-of-date landscapes with a more modern – and sensible – look that’s environmentally pleasing. Previous perceptions that green landscapes are boring and costly are being[…]
  • Lending a Helping Hand with Student Housing Turn
    • Just about any student housing operator will gladly take a helping hand during spring and fall semester turns. That’s when, amid a flurry, students move-in en masse to their new living quarters just before classes begin. It’s the peak of peak season. Lines form to the right. RealPage’s student team was more than happy to[…]
  • Overcoming Risk in Affordable through a Learning Management Platform
    • The path to a successful career in the Affordable Housing industry doesn’t always start in a college or university classroom. Only a handful of the 80 or so institutions that offer undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees in real estate or residential property management focus on the Affordable side. The truth is that most people who manage properties[…]

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Weekly Digs – And we’re back!

Mortgage Rates increase, just as home sales regain their momentum. The sales of previously owned U.S. homes increased in August, adding to recent signs of recovery in the housing market. And the Fed is continuing to cut interest rates due to the U.S. – China trade war and a gloomy outlook for the global economy. This and more news in the first October edition of the Weekly Digs!


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  • Are US Housing Markets in a Real Estate Bubble in 2019?
    • Remember 2008? It represented the second-largest recession we’ve lived through, junior only to the Great Depression. Since the 2008 housing bubble and subsequent collapse, many Americans continue living with a sense of fear about the economy and the housing market…
  • Driving for Dollars & How to Find Motivated Sellers
    • When Deni and I poll new real estate investors about their greatest challenges, two answers pop up again and again: coming up with a down payment and finding good deals on real estate. So we talk about those two challenges a lot 😊 But the thing about finding deals is…
  • How Much Emergency Fund Should I Have as a Property Owner?
    • Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an…
  • Cats vs. Dogs: Should I Allow Pets in My Rental Property? (Infographic)
    •   Pet lover? So are we! There are some great reasons to allow pets in your rental property… and some risks. What are the pros and cons of allowing pets in your rental? Is renting to tenants with cats better than allowing dogs? What are the risks of each? Most…

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  • Green Landscaping Isn’t Limiting Multifamily Sustainable Practices To The Indoors
    • The perfect time to leave a truly green mark on an apartment’s landscape is during the renovation. Property rehabilitation can not only upgrade the look and feel inside but improve out-of-date landscapes with a more modern – and sensible – look that’s environmentally pleasing. Previous perceptions that green landscapes are boring and costly are being[…]
  • Lending a Helping Hand with Student Housing Turn
    • Just about any student housing operator will gladly take a helping hand during spring and fall semester turns. That’s when, amid a flurry, students move-in en masse to their new living quarters just before classes begin. It’s the peak of peak season. Lines form to the right. RealPage’s student team was more than happy to[…]
  • Overcoming Risk in Affordable through a Learning Management Platform
    • The path to a successful career in the Affordable Housing industry doesn’t always start in a college or university classroom. Only a handful of the 80 or so institutions that offer undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees in real estate or residential property management focus on the Affordable side. The truth is that most people who manage properties[…]
  • Industry First: A Centralized Portfolio Reporting and Analysis and Platform Addressing All Asset Types
    • RealPage Asset and Investment Management (AIM) aggregates and clearly presents property performance and valuation data to owners, asset managers, investors, and operators. Until now, pulling together data across a diverse portfolio in a form suitable for analyzing performance, valuation, cash flow, and other metrics has involved a confusing, time-wasting jumble of software solutions and manual[…]

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Weekly Digs – Turn down (for what?)

Home-building activity makes a huge uptick, while house prices are dropping — this is actually a bad thing. A note on side hustles, and how you can make more money in 2019. This and more in our weekly edition of Real Estate Investing News.

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  • Driving for Dollars & How to Find Motivated Sellers
    • When Deni and I poll new real estate investors about their greatest challenges, two answers pop up again and again: coming up with a down payment and finding good deals on real estate. So we talk about those two challenges a lot 😊 But the thing about finding deals is…
  • How Much Emergency Fund Should I Have as a Property Owner?
    • Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an…
  • Cats vs. Dogs: Should I Allow Pets in My Rental Property? (Infographic)
    •   Pet lover? So are we! There are some great reasons to allow pets in your rental property… and some risks. What are the pros and cons of allowing pets in your rental? Is renting to tenants with cats better than allowing dogs? What are the risks of each? Most…
  • Should I Pay Off My Mortgages or Invest in New Rental Properties?
    • You have $15,000 set aside, and you have a few rental properties. Should you aim to pay off a mortgage or invest in a new rental property? The answer, of course, is it depends. But it’s an easier question to answer than you think. Here’s what you need to know to…

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  • Lending a Helping Hand with Student Housing Turn
    • Just about any student housing operator will gladly take a helping hand during spring and fall semester turns. That’s when, amid a flurry, students move-in en masse to their new living quarters just before classes begin. It’s the peak of peak season. Lines form to the right. RealPage’s student team was more than happy to[…]
  • Overcoming Risk in Affordable through a Learning Management Platform
    • The path to a successful career in the Affordable Housing industry doesn’t always start in a college or university classroom. Only a handful of the 80 or so institutions that offer undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees in real estate or residential property management focus on the Affordable side. The truth is that most people who manage properties[…]
  • Industry First: A Centralized Portfolio Reporting and Analysis and Platform Addressing All Asset Types
    • RealPage Asset and Investment Management (AIM) aggregates and clearly presents property performance and valuation data to owners, asset managers, investors, and operators. Until now, pulling together data across a diverse portfolio in a form suitable for analyzing performance, valuation, cash flow, and other metrics has involved a confusing, time-wasting jumble of software solutions and manual[…]
  • Smart Home Technology: Managed versus Unmanaged Systems
    • Smart home technology is hardly vanilla these days. For an apartment community to provide residents with amenities like smart locks, smart thermostats, lighting and shades accessible through their smartphones, finding the right recipe may be akin to having too many cooks in the kitchen. The answer is boiling down to managed and unmanaged smart community[…]

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Weekly Digs – And we keep falling further

This week in real estate investing news: The Trump Administration is trying to privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack — the two large government sponsored mortgage companies. And mortgage rates are CONTINUING to fall, as the Fed is aiming to push them even lower! These and more interesting stories below.

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  • How Much Emergency Fund Should I Have as a Property Owner?
    • Just 40% of Americans could cover an emergency expense costing $1,000, per a 2019 study by Bankrate. The other 60% would be up the creek without a paddle. Because emergencies do happen, and not just to other people, either. Three out of ten Americans say they or an…

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  • Overcoming Risk in Affordable through a Learning Management Platform
    • The path to a successful career in the Affordable Housing industry doesn’t always start in a college or university classroom. Only a handful of the 80 or so institutions that offer undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees in real estate or residential property management focus on the Affordable side. The truth is that most people who manage properties[…]
  • Industry First: A Centralized Portfolio Reporting and Analysis and Platform Addressing All Asset Types
    • RealPage Asset and Investment Management (AIM) aggregates and clearly presents property performance and valuation data to owners, asset managers, investors, and operators. Until now, pulling together data across a diverse portfolio in a form suitable for analyzing performance, valuation, cash flow, and other metrics has involved a confusing, time-wasting jumble of software solutions and manual[…]
  • Smart Home Technology: Managed versus Unmanaged Systems
    • Smart home technology is hardly vanilla these days. For an apartment community to provide residents with amenities like smart locks, smart thermostats, lighting and shades accessible through their smartphones, finding the right recipe may be akin to having too many cooks in the kitchen. The answer is boiling down to managed and unmanaged smart community[…]
  • RealWorld 2019: Reliving the Magic
    • Taking a break from the glitz of Las Vegas, RealWorld 2019 captured the magic, imagination and inspiration known for one of America’s top vacation destinations in July. RealPage greeted customers and industry leaders for three days in Orlando and demonstrated how its software changes how people experience, utilize and monetize rental space for working, living[…]

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Weekly Digs – Welcome back, risk

The risky mortgage market is making a comeback, which apparently means no one has learned their lessons. And Lower mortgage rates are starting to drive up house purchases in the U.S. This and more on the mid-September edition of The Weekly Digs

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  • Cats vs. Dogs: Should I Allow Pets in My Rental Property? (Infographic)
    •   Pet lover? So are we! There are some great reasons to allow pets in your rental property… and some risks. What are the pros and cons of allowing pets in your rental? Is renting to tenants with cats better than allowing dogs? What are the risks of each? Most…
  • Should I Pay Off My Mortgages or Invest in New Rental Properties?
    • You have $15,000 set aside, and you have a few rental properties. Should you aim to pay off a mortgage or invest in a new rental property? The answer, of course, is it depends. But it’s an easier question to answer than you think. Here’s what you need to know to…
  • The Best Cities for Real Estate Investing in 2019, by 8 Metrics & Maps
    • What are the best cities for real estate investing in the US? Sure, it’s subjective. And yes, it depends on what kind of investing you’re doing. But that doesn’t mean that some cities don’t have better fundamentals for rental investing. In our hunt for the best cities…
  • How to Get a Mortgage for an LLC-Owned Rental Property
    • When new investors start looking into buying real estate, one of their most common questions is: “How do I get a mortgage for an LLC-owned rental property?” Spoiler alert: it’s easier than you think. In fact, it’s one of the easiest things to learn as a new investor…

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  • Industry First: A Centralized Portfolio Reporting and Analysis and Platform Addressing All Asset Types
    • RealPage Asset and Investment Management (AIM) aggregates and clearly presents property performance and valuation data to owners, asset managers, investors, and operators. Until now, pulling together data across a diverse portfolio in a form suitable for analyzing performance, valuation, cash flow, and other metrics has involved a confusing, time-wasting jumble of software solutions and manual[…]
  • Smart Home Technology: Managed versus Unmanaged Systems
    • Smart home technology is hardly vanilla these days. For an apartment community to provide residents with amenities like smart locks, smart thermostats, lighting and shades accessible through their smartphones, finding the right recipe may be akin to having too many cooks in the kitchen. The answer is boiling down to managed and unmanaged smart community[…]
  • RealWorld 2019: Reliving the Magic
    • Taking a break from the glitz of Las Vegas, RealWorld 2019 captured the magic, imagination and inspiration known for one of America’s top vacation destinations in July. RealPage greeted customers and industry leaders for three days in Orlando and demonstrated how its software changes how people experience, utilize and monetize rental space for working, living[…]
  • NMHC Toolkit Designed to Stimulate Affordability in Apartment Industry
    • The multifamily housing industry has reached the point of crisis in many communities where rent rises have surpassed households’ pay raises, straining affordability. Attempts – some of them successful – to enact rent control have cast a dark cloud, and leaders argue that mandatory limits to price increases aren’t a viable solution, now or tomorrow.[…]

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Weekly Digs – We’re all going down (again)

This week in real estate news: It appears the U.S. Mortgage Debt hits a new record, breaking the peak of the 2008 financial crisis. Also, it seems that rising labor and material costs are slowing down new residential building projects in the U.S.

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  • Cats vs. Dogs: Should I Allow Pets in My Rental Property? (Infographic)
    •   Pet lover? So are we! There are some great reasons to allow pets in your rental property… and some risks. What are the pros and cons of allowing pets in your rental? Is renting to tenants with cats better than allowing dogs? What are the risks of each? Most…
  • Should I Pay Off My Mortgages or Invest in New Rental Properties?
    • You have $15,000 set aside, and you have a few rental properties. Should you aim to pay off a mortgage or invest in a new rental property? The answer, of course, is it depends. But it’s an easier question to answer than you think. Here’s what you need to know to…
  • The Best Cities for Real Estate Investing in 2019, by 8 Metrics & Maps
    • What are the best cities for real estate investing in the US? Sure, it’s subjective. And yes, it depends on what kind of investing you’re doing. But that doesn’t mean that some cities don’t have better fundamentals for rental investing. In our hunt for the best cities…
  • How to Get a Mortgage for an LLC-Owned Rental Property
    • When new investors start looking into buying real estate, one of their most common questions is: “How do I get a mortgage for an LLC-owned rental property?” Spoiler alert: it’s easier than you think. In fact, it’s one of the easiest things to learn as a new investor…

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  • Smart Home Technology: Managed versus Unmanaged Systems
    • Smart home technology is hardly vanilla these days. For an apartment community to provide residents with amenities like smart locks, smart thermostats, lighting and shades accessible through their smartphones, finding the right recipe may be akin to having too many cooks in the kitchen. The answer is boiling down to managed and unmanaged smart community[…]
  • RealWorld 2019: Reliving the Magic
    • Taking a break from the glitz of Las Vegas, RealWorld 2019 captured the magic, imagination and inspiration known for one of America’s top vacation destinations in July. RealPage greeted customers and industry leaders for three days in Orlando and demonstrated how its software changes how people experience, utilize and monetize rental space for working, living[…]
  • NMHC Toolkit Designed to Stimulate Affordability in Apartment Industry
    • The multifamily housing industry has reached the point of crisis in many communities where rent rises have surpassed households’ pay raises, straining affordability. Attempts – some of them successful – to enact rent control have cast a dark cloud, and leaders argue that mandatory limits to price increases aren’t a viable solution, now or tomorrow.[…]
  • Feeling Good Inside
    • The multifamily industry impacts millions of lives every day. As such, it is in society’s best interest that multi-family professionals do what they can to create healthy indoor environments within their communities. Residents receiving the full benefit of healthy indoor air is a win for everyone. Residents benefit when apartment communities in deregulated energy markets[…]

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