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Infographic: Man-made chaos

State-mandated lockdowns began a cascade that especially devastated lower income people and continues to adversely impact the business of property management. Government interference with the ability to collect rent has left many investors unable to maintain...

Infographic: High-speed internet changes the world…again

Magnified by the pandemic, the prevalence of high-speed internet has again redefined place. If workers and students can work and learn from anywhere, where will they live? Idaho. 8% of Americans moved in 2019,...

Infographic: Essential workers

Download PDF Updated: April 16, 2020 Who gets to work? essential workers Real estate is essential (depending on where you work) Construction. Apartment operations. Maintenance services. Real estate functions are categorized as essential in the Department of Homeland Security’s...

Infographic: 21 biases that derail critical thought

Math is perfect. The application of math, however, is contextual. Data science involves human logic. The best data science comes from limited human interaction. Still, data scientists must extrapolate meaning from data in order...

Infographic: Comfort creatures

The curious case of comfort animals in apartments Why pay a pet deposit when you can pass an animal off as a comfort animal? Or maybe a resident wants to circumvent a no-pet policy. The...

Infographic: Flying post pan

It’s inevitable. Trade show organizers are revving their engines, ready to roar back. Maybe you’ve already dared jump on a plane to wait out the pandemic with family or because you needed a break from...

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: 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: 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: Quantum supremacy

The man in the machine Programmed by humans, algorithms begin with a logic tree specifying every facet of the code’s behavior from content prioritization to blacklisting. With Google’s near monopoly, what hangs in the...

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...

Where have all the apartments gone?

Long time ago. When will they ever learn? The way government regulates and taxes business and transactions directly shapes investment. Good regulation addresses market failures that hinder productive investment. It reconciles the interests of firms with...

Infographic: The hidden tax on residents

When the government prints money to cover its spending, the dollar is devalued and taxpayers pay. The $1,000 bill was a gold certificate in 1918. It moved off the gold standard in 1928 to a...

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 business of space and stuff

Apartment operators lease livable space. Some of that space houses residents. But occupancy also means sheltering a resident’s stuff. And renters have a lot of stuff. Like an average of 300,000 items per person....
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