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Business as unusual

As cities, counties and states begin loosening lockdown orders and allowing non-essential businesses to open, apartment owners are weighing strategies to ride out the...

Let business go: regulations

It was just months ago that economic indicators marked the most welcome creation of wealth and growth, and the nation made record gains in...

Apartment investors dig data

Utility management and benchmarking systems help property managers avoid fees, make smart investments and comply with the law. Here’s one way to pay a lot...

Multifamily designs for health and wellness

How we think about applying design to support a healthy lifestyle has taken on new significance as the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic....

Good to great in a crisis

Now, more than ever before, it’s critical for your multifamily property to create a team dynamic that fosters good communication, healthy competition and takes...

Property management amid a crisis

The term coronavirus has only been in our collective vocabulary since January, but it has consumed our world and drastically altered our daily lives....

3 Behavioral trends that will reshape our post-COVID world

Typically, consumers’ supermarket shopping habits are stable and slow to change. When people do dramatically change their behavior around buying food and beverages, it’s...

Great leaders bring stability

Many business leaders face extreme challenges during their career, but the coronavirus pandemic is uncharted waters for all. Most offices and stores are closed across...

Cutting costs with recycling

There is an age-old adage that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. With waste services being one of the top five property expenses,...

How CARES impacts multifamily real estate loans

It has been about three months since the COVID-19 emergency was declared by President Donald Trump. It’s still too early to fully understand its...

A new firewall: multifamily data privacy and security

In the wake of increased and intensified data breaches, legislators are moving to protect their constituents. On June 28, 2018, California passed the most...

Zoom fatigue

If you’re finding that you’re more exhausted at the end of your workday than you used to be, you’re not alone. Over the past...

Can’t catch a break

Just when we were starting to trumpet the return of the entry-level home buyer, after years in which builders ignored that segment, we get...

Avoiding the over-and-under gamble of utility expense billing

The over-and-under of utility management billing has never been more relevant than now. Charging too much or too little to residents through flat-fee billing for...

Clean living

Between navigating elevators, common areas, and the potential for an entire summer at home without a backyard, Americans social distancing in their apartment buildings...

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