Inside the February Issue
- Feb 09, 2011
Executive Insight: Q&A with Mortgage Equicap’s Daniel Hilpert
Daniel Hilpert, managing director of Mortgage Equicap, talks to MHN about changes to the mortgage industry.
Property Management: Managing Fractured Condos
With the financial meltdown of 2008 came a plethora of condo-conversion failures and stalled sales, which forced developers, mezzanine lenders, banks, receivers and other parties to devise alternative methods to financially stabilize their assets.
Finance & Investment: GSE Lending Expectations for 2011
While debate continues about the GSEs, 2011 is expected to be an even stronger year for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily financing.
Market Report: The D.C. Market Is Alive and Well
Strengthening already-tight fundamentals and a flood of capital has brought cap rates in the D.C. metro area to new heights.
Development & Design: Aftermath of the ‘Busted’ Condo Boom
Rental developers are learning that they can no longer find quality condos at discount prices.
Products & Services: Greening Your Building through Windows and Doors
New window and door technologies make it easier to control a building’s energy efficiency.
Diverting construction waste from the landfill is good for both the environment and your bottom line.
The renters of tomorrow will be much different than the renters of today, which will induce transformation for the apartment business.
Technology: Matchmaking Software Technology with Your Goals
Investing in new tools pays off when the software is aligned with your goals. Determining back-end analytics, then, is crucial.
Under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, you are at greater risk for reporting the rent payment histories of your residents.
Regulatory Matters: What Immigration Reform Means to Landlords
Despite legislation, property managers shouldn’t ask for proof of legal status, industry experts say.
On Location: Lush Landscaping and Amenities at Tennessee Property
The 500 units of the Registry at Wolfchase are set amidst lush tropical landscaping, and the property management team takes great pride in ensuring curb appeal throughout every corner of the property.