Financial Reform Bill Offers Pros and Cons for the Multifamily Industry

Washington, D.C.–The financial reform bill might increase the cost of borrowing for multifamily businesses.

NeighborWorks America Awards $35M in Grants for Greening of Affordable Housing

Washington, D.C.–The CFRAH grants will provide the selected recipients from NeighborWorks’ network of nonprofit organizations with money to assist the development of green properties.

American Community Survey Offers Fresh Data for Multifamily Industry

Washington, D.C.–The new way of collecting data represents an improvement for multifamily property owners and developers.

Science and Psychology of Leasing: Tips from Lisa Trosien

New Orleans–When a prospect walks into your leasing center, does it resonate with positivity?

Affordable Housing Proves to be Engine for Local Economic Improvement in NYC

New York–The economic benefits of affordable housing, beyond the provision of much-needed low-cost apartment residences, is threefold.

New Submetering Solution Features Meter Data Retrieval, Faster billing

New Orleans–The submetering solution provides property managers with a strong ROI and encourages residents to conserve water.

NAA Conference Report: How to Justify Technology Investment; Future Trends and More

New Orleans–The rise of social media and its role in shaping the way the multifamily industry adopts and uses technology cannot be ignored.

Colliers Expands Business into Seniors Housing Sector with Launch of New Group

Colliers International is turning its attention to one of the most solid commercial real estate sectors with the creation of its Seniors Housing Practice Group.

Submeters Save Energy, According to NYC Demonstration

New York–Does submetering at an apartment complex reduce energy usage throughout the property?

NAA Conference Report: How Can You Reduce Your Property’s Carbon Footprint?

New Orleans–First Step? Find out what your property’s carbon footprint is.