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Social Media Takeaways from the US Airways Pornographic Twitter Incident

Social Media Takeaways from the US Airways Pornographic Twitter Incident

US Airways recently accidentally tweeted an inappropriate image to a customer. Property managers could get some takeaways for their community's social media pages from this incident. …

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Multi-Housing Refinancing Dilemma: Pay Now, Or Lock In Later?

Multi-Housing Refinancing Dilemma: Pay Now, Or Lock In Later?

Should an investor shoulder that pre-pay penalty now and refinance, or does it make sense to wait a year or two?…

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PROFILE: Corporate Housing Firm Connects Luxury Condo Owners to Extended-Stay Market in New York City

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.…

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ULI Spring 2014: The Value of Building for Wellness

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.

How to Get Positive Reviews on Apartment Rating Sites

How to Get Positive Reviews on Apartment Rating Sites

MHN talks to Bruce Keene, president of management services of Tampa, Fla.-based Franklin Street, about some trends he is seeing in property management, such as how to get positive reviews on ratings sites.…

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Crafting Cooler Content: Best Practices for the Multifamily Industry

Crafting Cooler Content: Best Practices for the Multifamily Industry

Insight on the best practices for multifamily content marketing…

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‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: The Futility of Marketing Apartments to Gen Y

‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: The Futility of Marketing Apartments to Gen Y

Gen Y is getting older, and might want different amenities than they used to. So how should property managers market their apartments?…

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‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: Gwyneth Paltrow, Cupcakes and Property Management

‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: Gwyneth Paltrow, Cupcakes and Property Management

Gwyneth Paltrow and cupcakes have both been in the news lately. Property managers could learn a lot from them.…

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Charting a Course Through a New Multifamily Lending Landscape

Charting a Course Through a New Multifamily Lending Landscape

Investors need to plan ahead for the third-party due diligence requirements of lenders. Some of these requirements have changed.…

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‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: What Should Property Managers Do About Legal Marijuana?

‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: What Should Property Managers Do About Legal Marijuana?

Now that marijuana is legal in some states, property managers should start thinking about how this could impact their apartments.…

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Where are Apartments for the Middle Class?

Where are Apartments for the Middle Class?

MHN chats with Kevin Finkel of Resource Real Estate Opportunity REIT about the changing nature of the workforce and their housing needs. The fund is big on heavy value-add plays that create safe, affordable and hassle-free housing for the middle-class, with a particular emphasis on single working mothers. …

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Guest Blog: New Condo Development in Miami and Toronto Will Change the Way Properties are Managed

Guest Blog: New Condo Development in Miami and Toronto Will Change the Way Properties are Managed

While a great deal of the dialogue about new condo buildings has focused on their general economic value, less attention has been paid to the specific benefits and challenges that await those responsible for managing them.…

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