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The coronavirus pandemic has many Americans rethinking the kind of lifestyle they want. Apartment living in central, densely populated urban areas is losing its appeal as residents are subject to building restrictions and risk coming into contact with people infected by the virus. Polling data suggests that nearly one-third of Americans are considering a move to…


TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — In the seven weeks since Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an executive order to protect people from losing their homes during the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of eviction cases have stacked up in Florida courts, waiting for the order to lapse. They include more than 250 in Hillsborough County alone — one of…


A new survey of 25,000 apartment residents by Kingsley Associates and Apartments.com suggests that soliciting feedback is a good practice for property managers. Safety and communication have emerged as key concerns for multifamily residents as property managers grapple with coronavirus and its economic aftermath, according to new survey data released by Kingsley Associates and Apartments.com….


Whether you’re selling your personal residence or your rental property, you may not be fully aware of all the expenses that await you when you do so. Sure, you might anticipate closing costs and maybe some commissions to pay your real estate agent, but there are a lot more expenses to selling your home than you…


Affordable housing developers have had a hard time making the Opportunity Zones tax benefits work with low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs)—and the Opportunity Zones program expires in 2026. Only a handful of affordable housing developers have managed to attract more investors and better tax credit pricing for projects in designated Opportunity Zones. “Some developers get…


We are living in unprecedented times. The coronavirus has seeped into nearly every aspect of our working and social lives; social distancing has become a watchword for American society. To protect ourselves, we’ve shut down our offices, closed down restaurants and limited our ventures outside to masked trips to the grocery store or local pharmacy….


With millions unemployed across the United States, both California and Nevada issued statewide eviction moratoriums at the end of March regardless of tenants’ ability to pay rent. But as the future remains murky amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, both renters and landlords are concerned about what will become of the overdue rent. For the last…


The true definition of “mid-market” assumes an industry such as multifamily real estate is divisible in thirds. The lower third represents the smallest companies/owners in the market, and the upper third is comprised of the largest companies/owners in the market. The mid-market is the middle third and is a definition for all those in between…


Touring, leasing, and moving into an apartment looks a little different nowadays. The COVID-19 pandemic has made venturing outside our homes riskier than ever, but despite the health hazards, many renters have found themselves at the tail end of their lease and in need of a new place to live. So landlords are doing their…


The current moment is a strange and challenging one for people in all kinds of businesses — perhaps more accurately, it’s a strange time to be alive. In recent weeks, the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus has accounted for thousands of deaths and changed the way we go about our daily lives. Closures and cancellations of…

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