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Aug. 7, 2013

Multi-Housing News: Inside the August 2013 Issue

Editor’s Note: Expect the Unexpected

Disaster planning gets dicey.

Executive Insight: All About Apartments

NMHC Chairman Tom Bozzuto testifies before Congress.

Development & Design: Weather-Resistant Technologies

Building communities to withstand extreme weather conditions.

Market Report: Pacific Northwest: Ahead of the Curve

The Seattle and Portland metros continue to enjoy record multifamily revenue growth.

Property Management: Storm Watch

Preparation is the apartment industry’s best disaster planning tool.

Finance & Investment: Capital Stack

A variety of capital is available, to varying degrees, for multifamily acquisitions/rehabs.

Marketing: The Power of Analytics

How well do your metrics track the results of your marketing efforts?

Technology: Cyber Liability

Understanding the risk and defending against it.

Green Beat: Alternative Energy

Don’t have a roof? The climate for shared renewables is heating up.

Energy Report: Housing’s Energy Hogs

If renters use more energy per square foot than homeowners, are apartments still energy efficient?

Perspective: Bidding Wars are Back

5 things multifamily investors need to know in this seller’s market.

Materials Spotlight: Plant-Based Textiles

Earn LEED points with Carnegie’s New Biobased Xorel®.

Renters’ Choice: Outdoor Amenities

Apartment residents comment on rooftop decks, dog runs and more.

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