Multi-Housing News: Inside the July 2012 Issue

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

Editor’s Note: Green and Greener

While we debate energy codes, Germany masters solar power.

Perspective: Making a Case for Codes

Building codes are often the vehicle for pushing an energy efficiency agenda.

Finance & Investment: The Multifamily Market Cycle

What at-large economic trends mean for the apartment industry.

Finance & Investment: Interview with Brian Ward: Guide to Investment Partnerships

Brian Ward, chief investment officer TCG Capital Markets LLP, supplies a guide to structuring investment partnerships and points out important trends in equity preferences today.

Property Management: Shopping for Revenues

E-commerce is becoming the new ‘go to’ ancillary income opportunity.

Marketing: Social/Mobile/Local

21st Century word-of-mouth marketing is actionable, trackable and authentic.

Market Report: Lighthouse Market

New England emerges as a beacon for multifamily across the country.

Development & Design: Under One (Affordable) Roof

Jamboree Housing Corporation’s Courier Place Apartment Homes showcase a new trend—multigenerational multifamily.

Perspective: The Preservation Game

The Affordable Housing landscape is shifting to a new focus on preserving existing multifamily stock.

Technology: Bundles of Joy

Providers will be adding more services to the standard voice-data-video telecom package.

Green Beat: Behind Closed Doors

Make sure your next energy audit includes an assessment of apartment units.

On Location: Metro 67, Memphis

The word cosmopolitan evokes visions of New York, Paris, Tokyo, Memphis, wait… Memphis, really?

Products and Services: Born to be Bold

Differentiate your brand by adding personality to bland common areas.

Renters’ Choice: Washing and Drying

MHN reveals renters’ concerns regarding their laundry facilities.

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