In her current position as vice president of acquisitions and asset management for Chicago-based Urban Innovations, Monica Makin is an advocate for expanding affordable housing opportunities for seniors, workforce and low-income residents.…Continue reading →
Should an investor shoulder that pre-pay penalty now and refinance, or does it make sense to wait a year or two?…Continue reading →
PROFILE: Corporate Housing Firm Connects Luxury Condo Owners to Extended-Stay Market in New York City
Companies today are eager to hire temporary workers. And that is a boon for the corporate housing sector, says Suzanne Miller, president of Empire State Properties.…Continue reading →
Anita Kramer, vice president, ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate discusses findings from a new study looking at the result of building with wellness in mind. A few inexpensive practices can achieve big results when it come to lease-up and resident satisfaction.
While institutional capital isn’t necessarily known for its flexibility and innovation, an environment of accelerating change in business conditions has some companies adjusting their strategies for securing high yields while minimizing risk. …Continue reading →
With more than 20 years of experience in social work, Michael Preston is a good judge of what kind of social support program actually makes a difference for disabled homeless and veterans. In his role as regional director of permanent supportive housing for Columbus, Ohio-based National Church Residences—the nation’s largest…Continue reading →