Green Building Continues after the Bricks Are Stacked

Diverting construction waste from the landfill is good for both the environment and your bottom line.

The D.C. Market Is Alive and Well

Strengthening already-tight fundamentals and a flood of capital has brought cap rates in the D.C. metro area to new heights.

Managing Fractured Condos

With the financial meltdown of 2008 came a plethora of condo-conversion failures and stalled sales, which forced developers, mezzanine lenders, banks, receivers and other parties to devise alternative methods to financially stabilize their assets.

Kitchen Customization Adapts to the Marketplace

As apartment units shrink, kitchen customization replaces the cookie-cutter approach.

Multifamily Owners Focus on Green Benchmarking

Energy efficiency in the multifamily sector could be improved by about 30 percent nationwide by the end of the next decade, but owners must first know how much energy their portfolios consume.

Receivership Pitfalls in Property Management

Before stepping in on a receivership, there are some things a manager should know.

Fitness Facilities Make Your Community Stand Out

Having a fitness facility on site can influence renters’ decisions, as they factor in the money saved on gym membership and, of course, the convenience. Cutting-edge facilities get extra points.

Shooting for the Energy Star Label

With the various standards of green building, from Energy Star to the multiple tiers of LEED, buildings can be rated in more ways than one.

Atlanta’s Job Growth Should Lead to Strong Apartment Market Recovery

The Atlanta market recently boasted its seventh consecutive month of job growth, and it is also benefitting from a number of corporate relocations.

MARKET SNAPSHOT: Atlanta’s Job Growth Should Lead to Strong Apartment Market Recovery

The Atlanta market recently boasted its seventh consecutive month of job growth, and it is also benefitting from a number of corporate relocations.

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