Inside the June Issue

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Read the articles from the latest print issue of Multi-Housing News.

Executive Insight: Interview with Chance Partners’ Judd Bobilin

Judd Bobilin explains the strategy behind Chance Partners’ infill student housing.

Property Management: Fulfilling Maintenance Requests Is a Three-Part Process

As important as response time is, maintenance processing does not end when a property technician successfully fixes the problem in the apartment.

Education: How to Handle Generational Clashes in the Workforce

As one generation nears retirement and hands the reins to the next, it can cause clashes and headaches for management–but nothing a little understanding can’t fix.

Finance & Investment: Lending Starts to Open for Small Properties

Here is good news for owners of small multifamily properties who may be seeking financing: Lenders are becoming active in this sector again.

Development & Design: The Truth about Accessibility Requirements

People still have misconceptions about accessibility required by the Fair Housing Act, but it’s worth getting up to speed on the subject.

Market Report: Bouncing Back from the Bottom in Las Vegas

Las Vegas’ dependence on the nation’s disposable income set it up to take a big hit from the recession. Where does it go form here?

Regulatory Matters: Housing Cuts in the 2011 Federal Budget

Though housing cuts were significant in the 2011 budget, they weren’t as deep as initially feared.

Technology: A New Generation of Portals Helps Residents Connect

Some say the growing use of resident portals is ushering in a more impersonal era. Not so, argue property managers who have embraced, and are now enhancing, resident portals.

Green Beat: Indoor Air Quality Integrated into Green Operations

The average person spends 90 percent of his time indoors, and is exposed to a number of pollutants from indoor air. Many third-party associations have developed certifications for certain products.

Products & Services: Helping Residents Feel Safe in Their Community

Organizing a community watch program can have a number of positive effects on a community, and several products can help with security as well.

On Location: Parc Huron: A Boutique Rental in Chicago’s River North

Just a few steps from the River North Arts and Entertainment district, this 21-story, 221-unit boutique rental makes one Chicago salesman feel right at home.

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