Inside the June Issue
- May 27, 2011
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.