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Get ready for radical disruption

I define the U.S. multifamily property management industry as the work of caring for the millions of multifamily units valued at $3 trillion and...

In service

When the COVID pandemic hit the U.S., multifamily owners and leadership had to respond rapidly and adjust accordingly in order to protect the health...

Political rhetoric can influence rent collection

As the owner of a large portfolio of apartments across the country, Ric Campo, chairman of the board and CEO of apartment REIT Camden,...

FHFA extends forbearance

The coronavirus pandemic has hit a lot of homeowners hard. Over the past 10 months, millions of Americans have struggled with income loss and...

Critical thought: Student housing in a pandemic

College enrollment generally skyrockets in diametric opposition to tumbling GDP, meaning student housing is, in theory, a recession-proof asset class. There have been different...

Riding the vacancy wave

While vacancy rates have increased this year, they are still well below the long-term average of 5.2 percent to 5.4 percent. National apartment vacancy rates...

What goes wrong when the government interferes with prices

Prices are a fact of life, and so is complaining about them. You probably prefer lower prices on just about everything, but especially when...

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