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Clearing roadblocks to affordability

It’s no secret that the U.S. has a dearth of affordable rental options for the nation’s most vulnerable households. This scarcity of housing makes...

5 cases to watch in Supreme Court’s 2023-24 term

The Supreme Court will resume hearing cases in October. Here are five upcoming cases that the high court will hear: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v....

Apartment properties decarbonize or face fines

In a growing number of places, apartment properties are likely to have to reduce the carbon they contribute to the atmosphere. Cities, towns and entire...

L.A. reports 50,000 unpaid rent notices

Nearly 50,000 eviction notices were filed between February and August in Los Angeles, according to City Controller Kenneth Mejia, chief accounting officer for the...

When data talks back: Using AI to talk with your database

Early adopters in multihousing and other industries are using AI to have daily conversations with their databases to mine business insights—freeing them up from...

U.S. Supreme Court declines rent case

The U.S. Supreme Court in October announced that it will not weigh in on two cases challenging rent control and eviction laws in New...

Automation key to a cost-effective, sustainable multifamily unit

Property managers are being caught between a rock and hard place as the cost-of-living crisis continues to affect the housing market. Residents are facing financial...
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New lithium discovery highlights why we never run out of resources

A new discovery of lithium in September led to a flurry of headlines touting the finding as one of the biggest lithium deposits in...

Understanding the ring-around-the-rosy rental inflation game

Offer a definitive explanation of the Ring Around the Rosie nursery rhyme and children’s game—whether as a reference to the Black Plague or teenagers...

Credit card rewards on the block

Once a year, late in February, my wife’s face brightens as she thumbs through our mail. “We got our Costco rewards check,” she beams. It’s...

Degree-free widening trend among U.S. employers

Walmart has eliminated college degrees as a requirement for hundreds of its corporate roles. The retail giant said in September that it would get rid...

U.S. rent affordability drops to lowest level in decades

Rapid inflation is hitting low-to-moderate income renter households the hardest. For the first time in decades, the rent-to-income ratio has reached 40 percent at...

What are APIs? A computer scientist explains the data sockets that make digital life...

APIs, or application programming interfaces, are the gateways to the digital world. They link a wide array of software applications and systems. APIs facilitate communication...

Demographics, they are a ‘changing

The American family has undergone significant change in recent decades. There is no longer one predominant family form, and Americans are experiencing family life...

Profits get a lot of hate, but we all benefit from them every day

Profits have gotten a lot bad press. Perhaps second to private property (theft, according to Bakunin) profits are the devil incarnate in the view...

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