Lew Sichelman


Where to Get the Most Space for the Least Rent

The latest report from RentCafe compares rates and locations.

Could Cost of Capital Slow SFRs?

There is more than $30 billion aimed at the sector, but that figure excludes debt, explains columnist Lew Sichelman.

More Residents Want Rent Payments Reported, TransUnion Finds

A majority of those surveyed showed interest in releasing the information to credit reporting agencies.

Features That May Keep Your Residents

Multifamily owners can glean valuable insights from the amenities favored by first-time home buyers, writes columnist Lew Sichelman.

Move Over Millennials, Here Comes GenZ

If your stack of applications isn’t skewing younger, you may be missing a key rental trend, according to columnist Lew Sichelman.

Robotic Parking Gains in U.S. Market

Columnist Lew Sichelman explains how apartment owners, residents and visitors can utilize this new technology.

Rents vs. Mortgages: Why in Some Places, Buying Wins

Columnist Lew Sichelman compares metro performance and shares why some might turn to buying instead.

Residents Exude Confidence In Face of Rising Rents

According to a recent survey, the amount of renters making on-time payments has increased, shares columnist Lew Sichelman.

Reporting to Credit Bureaus Makes Better Business

This method can help strengthen the landlord and resident relationship, says columnist Lew Sichelman.

100K BTR Units in 2021?

Panelists at the NAREE conference were surprised to learn how fast this sector is growing.