Tag: July August 2017

Paradigm shift

The partners, who come from family-owned multifamily businesses with a combined 150 years of experience, plan to redefine the future of urban rental living...

Everyone loves to be sold

The common thread throughout this wide and diverse sea of goods is identifying a solid value to the intended market. Here’s a secret. Selling is...

First, do no harm

“There was a conversation about how we need to do something proactive with the idea of mobilizing our grassroots network to get them involved...

Room service

See if this sounds familiar. You’ve got a marquee property, great management, and a well-recognized brand, but attracting and converting prospects is a non-stop...

Coming to America

Immigration has become an increasingly prevalent and often polarizing topic within policy discussions, and its effect on the apartment industry cannot be understated. Immigrants...

The kind of guys you’d want to work for. Says you.

Martin Luther King Jr. once said that “a genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.” That is certainly...

If you don’t like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less

This serial entrepreneur definitely knows the upside of risk. In the late 80s while Jones worked for American Airlines, the company’s CIO directed Jone’s...

A gem regains its luster and a city gains apartments

On a plot of land between Immanuel Presbyterian Church, now listed as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and the Ambassador Hotel, home of the...

Solving the affordable housing crisis

MacDonald pointed to the increasing cost of complying with regulations, building material price inflation and shortages of both labor and building sites as factors...

Planting the seeds of knowledge

Such programs, however, are rare: the National Apartment Association Education Institution (NAAEI) reports that out of 4140 institutions in the U.S., only about forty-five...

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