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Some industries have been slower than others to get on board with advancements in technology. Real estate is one of the industries that often lags behind in terms of tech. Many real estate professionals have continued to manage their properties and make decisions the way they’ve always done them, even as technology transforms the world…


The fact that the US has the biggest cat and dog pet population in the world (85 million families own at least one pet) certainly narrows down the number of potential tenants. However, there are also plenty of horror stories about negligent tenants with pets who caused enormous damage and left their landlords desperate. The…


While modular construction still only accounts for nearly 5 percent of all commercial construction, multifamily is the fastest-growing segment within the industry, according to research by the Modular Building Institute. In 2017, MBI found that manufacturers built a little more than 1,100 modular apartment units in the U.S. In 2018, that number more than doubled to 2,300…


For years, the student housing amenities race catered to the needs and wants of Millennials: features like tanning beds, lazy rivers and housekeeping services. Now, student housing is taking a more modest direction. That’s because Gen Z students, those born between 1995 and 2008, are savers—not spenders—thanks to the trauma they experienced watching their parents struggle…


The Indianapolis city-county council forged ahead with its new tenant rights initiative on Monday night despite recent legislative effort at the statehouse to undercut the effort, which aims to protect residents from retaliatory landlords and educate tenants about rental rights. The first part of the proposal, which passed with an 18-5 vote, appropriates $250,000 to establish…


In the ever-evolving cat-and-mouse game between landlords and renters, the latter have been getting the upper hand in several cities. Laws that guarantee a lawyer to people facing eviction have found traction in Philadelphia, San Francisco, New York, and other cities. Last year, New York State passed a suite of bills that one lawmaker in…


Today, we live in a world of instant access to information and technology that has empowered us to have more freedom and control in nearly every aspect of our lives. At the risk of sounding like a “lazy millennial,” I’ll admit I order everything I need from an app: cars, flights, cleaners, groceries, stocks, healthcare…


The New York in which I grew up has turned on its ear. No one could have imagined, in 1960 or 1965, that much of the Upper East Side would become an affordable neighborhood. A sign on my desk reads “I live on the Upper East Side because I can’t afford Brooklyn.” Tribeca’s zip code,…


Multifamily investment is exploding across the South and Western United States, particularly in suburban areas of Atlanta, Dallas and Phoenix, where garden apartments are plentiful. Mid- and high-rise multifamily assets are also selling in Manhattan, Seattle and Los Angeles, but Integra Realty Resources’ 2020 Viewpoint Multifamily Report notes that tertiary markets are the biggest beneficiaries of the search for…


No matter what your goals are in 2020 personally or as an independent landlord, a few DIY tips and hacks can help your rental properties and business save money this year. You should always look for ways to maximize your profitability, and to get the best ROI on your property investment, you need to be…

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