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Infographic: Inflation

Inflation is a broad rise in prices when Government prints more money to pay for programs and entitlements People who have more money spend more money Output volume doesn’t keep pace with demand ...

Infographic: Energy rising

Energy rising Already vexed by historic levels of inflation, housing operators and residents also bare the financial weight of sudden and fast-rising electricity, natural gas and oil prices. Waiting in the wings, EPA is building...

Infographic: Social credit scores in America?

Social credit will shift law in the west “from constitution to analytics and algorithm' —Penn State professor Will AI-driven social scores supplant the constitution? Professor Larry Backer of Penn State University writes in a 2018 paper...

Infographic: Inflation, the cruelest tax

Inflation: decline of a currency’s purchasing power. Derived using the change in the consumer price index (CPI), created 1919. Changes in CPI determine inflation rate. Economies form households and fuel apartment supply and rents. Inflation...

Infographic: It’s good to be in apartments

Multifamily assets experienced record appreciation, including its largest single quarter growth in the history of the Freddie Mac index: In the last year, property prices grew by 19.6 percent, mortgage rates increased 6 basis...

Infographic: The world through a single lens

  Facebook says we don’t like this, and Twitter says we don’t like attacks on Hunter Biden. Once you act as a publisher, you’re a publisher. You can be sued because you’re a publisher. They...

Infographic: Money talks

ESG (environmental, social, governance) standards break the business convention of evaluating business performance based on quantitative financial metrics. This is a major shift in the centuries-old value model familiar to most Americans: investor value. ESG...

Infographic: Urban exodus

Newly-formed remote workforces, lock downs, social unrest. Whatever the reason, city dwellers are increasingly navigating to the suburbs and beyond. 24% major metros (of 43) that saw higher rent growth in suburban ZIP codes versus...

Infographic: The incredible shrinking American workforce

While COVID created a shared world experience across generations, reactions to the pandemic roiled the jobs market. One example: Millions of people left the workforce during lock-downs. Although workforce participation rates began to edge...

Infographic: Rent control – Getting the squeeze for poor housing policy and stifling regulation

5%+rate of inflation California state legislators have passed AB 1482 sponsored by Assemblyman David Chiu (d)—San Francisco. The bill limits annual rent increases that commercial single-family homes and apartment landlords may implement to 5% plus...

Infographic: Digital exposure

World Economic Forum (WEF) announced the results of its first global simulation in October, 2019, predicting a catastrophic pandemic. Months later the world was hit with COVID. Their latest sim predicts a worldwide cyber...

Infographic: Active shooter

What just happened? Mass killings are still rare. They account for 1 percent of all homicide victims annually 12 percent of mass killings are by public shootings. The majority are murders within families, gangs...

Infographic: The wild ride of Big Tech

Our government has abandoned a rich and socially beneficial history of trust-busting to allow big tech to dominate people’s lives. Tim Wu, The Curse of Bigness Big tech value Facebook, $759 billion Amazon, $1.6 trillion Netflix,...

Infographic: Apartment chill

The sometimes hard to see symbiotic relationship of landlords and renters Impoverishing landlords is not a win for renters. Nor is the landslide of evictions heading their way. Another big housing crisis may be ahead—only...

Infographic: The changing American dream

Homeownership peaked at 69% in 2004, then fell for years thereafter before rebounding in 2020 to 66%. Fundamentals are set to change the business model on renting vs. buying for some time to come. Corporate...
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