Wayne Everett

View All Tags

You May Also Like

  • Campus Advantage Adds 2 in MO

    The Lyfe and The Row add a total of 778 beds to the company's portfolio. Both communities cater to students attending the University of Missouri in Columbia.

    17 July 2017 16:51
  • Rent Growth Moderates, Demand Persists in Boston

    Above-trend population gains and increasing job growth continue to make the city one of the most stable multifamily markets in the U.S.

    05 September 2017 15:38
  • 5 Tips for Effective Multifamily Email Marketing

    Just because more is possible, doesn’t mean multifamily operators are using email marketing more effectively.

    01 June 2017 18:05
  • 2017 Real Estate Education Programs

    As the demand for higher education increases across industries, the number of universities with real estate-specific programs continues to grow.

    20 April 2017 12:37
  • Do You Have the Amenities Residents Actually Want?

    According to a report by NAA, these are the top community-wide amenities that renters are looking for. And you probably already have them.

    25 April 2017 18:02
  • Russo Development Begins Work On NJ Apartments

    Once construction is complete, Vermella West will add 280 apartment units to the Northern New Jersey submarket. The property will comprise four residential buildings and more than 15,000 square feet of amenity spaces.

    22 September 2017 14:06
  • Economy Watch: Economy Creates 220K Jobs in June

    Job growth in June exceeded the average of 194,000 jobs created over the past three months, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics latest jobs report. The April and May job numbers were also revised up.

    07 July 2017 14:05
  • The Top Sources of Ancillary Income

    At the 2017 National Apartment Association Education Conference and Expo, panelists discussed punitive fee-based charges and service upgrades at communities.

    20 September 2017 16:08
  • Albuquerque: On the Mend

    The area's multifamily market is held back by a persistent struggle with a sluggish labor market. Despite being the hub of New Mexico’s technology corridor, the metro has experienced only modest population and employment growth throughout the recent economic expansion.

    06 July 2017 13:02
  • Pioneering Purview: How Eric Margules Maximizes Value in Underserved Properties

    The executive grew Margules Properties from a one-man shop to a real estate investment firm with some $300 million in assets and a stable of 400-plus investors. Here's how.

    03 October 2017 08:07