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Regardless of the age of the property, apartment life offers many advantages for individuals and for the greater community, especially for those seeking a greener, healthier and more responsible lifestyle. Living in an apartment leaves a smaller carbon footprint than single family homes. Why? How? Lower energy and water use, more efficient use of city…


It’s been more than three months since the Legislature passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act and Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed it into law. As the dust has settled, scenarios have begun to spring up, showing just how ill-conceived the law is when confronted by reality. I was at a wedding recently when a friend who is a…


Are you frustrated or bored with the present state and look of your home? Do you want to increase the value? Adding a home remodeling project is the fastest, most economical way to add value while creating space that you love. In addition to making it more beautiful, the renovation may also make it more…


Becoming a landlord is a lot like being pregnant: When you make your announcement, everyone wants to tell you their horror stories. There was the aunt who had not one, but two tenants die unexpectedly during her first year as a landlord. Or, my personal nightmare, the neighbor whose tenants let their pet snakes roam…


In our 25 years in technology, we’ve seen several of these epochs come and go as people train their sites on the shiniest new object or idea. In 2019, we are indisputably in the era of artificial intelligence. From TV commercials to books, from marketing slicks to sales talk tracks, AI makes an appearance in…


The U.S. is in the throes of a housing affordability crisis. Rents are rising and demand is increasing, all while incomes stagnate. Why not simply build more apartments? It’s not that simple. Alongside rising rents and demand, the cost of development has increased, too. The price of materials and labor have risen by 57 percent…


Many parts of our country are suffering from a crisis due to lack of affordable housing. Contrary to popular opinion, it is not limited to particularly dense and costly metro areas, such as New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. From coast-to-coast, government leaders and policymakers are facing increased pressure to provide more affordable housing…


A condo deconversion is a real estate transaction in which a savvy investor acquires an entire condo building through a bulk sale to turn into rentals. This investment trend has been seen in Florida and California for a number of years and is picking up steam in other coastal metros and even in the Midwest….


New York Attorney General Letitia James joins a press conference to support rent controlled tenants who have been threatened with eviction because their landlord has filed for bankruptcy in March. Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images New York landlords are attacking rent regulations in a new federal lawsuit, claiming that capping what they can charge tenants…


June marked the 10th anniversary of the most recent U.S. economic expansion, but many of the nation’s most prestigious economists don’t expect us to have an 11th. The reasons range from an escalating trade war with China, dropping manufacturing activity and deep auto industry layoffs to the inverted Treasury yield curve. Commercial real estate indicators aren’t ominous yet, but private real…

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