Inside the July Issue
Read the articles from the latest print issue of Multi-Housing News.
Executive Insight: Q&A with Princeton Properties Management’s Andrew Chaban
Princeton Properties Management Inc. CEO Andrew Chaban, recipient of the NEBAMA Builder of the Year Award, talks about his company’s strategies for surviving the recession.
Despite an increase in activity on apartment social networking sites, residents aren’t attributing a significant amount of importance to this medium, according to J Turner Research’s most recent findings.
Property Management: Ancillary Income’s Contribution to the Bottom Line
Whether from new or old sources, ancillary income can add significantly to a property management company’s revenue.
Finance & Investment: Demand for Multifamily Construction Lending
The flow of multifamily construction financing is slowly increasing, and lenders have more than their fair share of choices for investing.
Development & Design: Nightclub and Resort Styles Meet Outdoor Design
Outdoor spaces become extensions of the indoors and create intimate places where residents can gather. They’re also a great place to differentiate a property from the rest.
For affordable housing, balancing the expense and effectiveness of sustainable options means working closely with consultants early on.
Market Report: Phoenix’s Resilience to Foreclosures and Immigration Battles
Industry experts expect the Phoenix multi-housing sector to survive a flood of single-family foreclosures and unanswered questions about the impact of Arizona’s immigration legislation.
Technology: The Holistic Approach to Telecommunications
In the debate between cable and fiber optics, property owners err in not seeking complete knowledge.
Regulatory Matters: Durban Amendment’s Impact on Resident Debit Payments
A rule that would make it cheaper for residents to use debit cards to pay rent is now under threat.
Green Beat: Energy Audits Make Prudent Investments
The recession has made the industry more conscious of expenses; some lessons learned can be carried over into the future, as we strive to save the environment.
Breathtaking views of the Catalina Mountains coupled with close proximity to Sabino Canyon and Udall Park ensure that Finisterra is in a prime location for the outdoor enthusiast.
Products & Services: Transforming Common Spaces with Vertical Landscaping
Adding a green wall spruces up drab space and increases curb appeal.
Perspective: How Much Debt Is Too Much?
The implications of our national debt to real estate, our families and our future cannot be ignored. It’s a drug we can no longer afford.