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Innago Executive Interview
Innago Executive Interview

Join our FREE 60 minute webinar on Tuesday, August 3rd "How to Grow Your Business with Property Management Software! REGISTER NOW Transcript Alexandra Alvarado: [00:00:00]  We are live. Thank you for joining us. My name is Alexandra Alvarado. I'm the Director of Marketing and Education at the American Apartment Owners Association. I am so happy to have with me two very special guests from Innago property management software. We're going to do a quick interview with Dave Spooner, the co-founder of Innago, and Tanvir Sattar, who is their Director of Business Development. They're going to give us some more information about property management software in... Read more

Biden to allow eviction moratorium to expire...

The Biden administration announced Thursday it will allow a nationwide ban on evictions to expire Saturday, arguing that its hands are tied after the Supreme Court...

Modular Construction and the Future of Development

While still only a small part of the development industry, modular construction has gained renewed attention in the U.S. and abroad for its objective to lower costs,...

Investors Are Aggressively Bidding Up Apartment...

Fueled by fears of a continued rise in inflation, investors are aggressively bidding up apartment prices. Nationally, the average apartment cap rates stand at 5.1%,...

Why Lenders Are Following Sponsors to Once-Sleepy...

One of the most consistent pandemic-related trends we have seen emerge has been a momentum shift in the multifamily asset class away from the major MSA markets and into...

Some landlords say simplified rental relief...
Some landlords say simplified rental relief...

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Getting money to renters and landlords hurt by the pandemic is turning out to be a challenging process. As New York attempts to simplify its rental relief program, some property owners say it’s too little, too late. Governor Cuomo announced on Monday a more relaxed rental relief program, cutting back on what needs to be submitted by both tenants and landlords. The state is also deploying more staff to help with the current backlog of almost 5,000 applications that have already been approved “They need to get the money out so that people are stable in their housing and that’s one less thing they have to worry about come time the moratorium ends,” said... Read more

Another COVID challenge: Material, labor...

Material and equipment delays. They’re hitting commercial construction companies across the country. Trying to get steel? Expect to wait nine months. Want the perfect...

Selling out: America’s local landlords....

NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - Beset by COVID-19 and its fallout, local landlords are offloading their properties to cash-rich institutional investors, and America's...

Freddie Mac Multifamily Midyear Outlook Forecasts...

Freddie Mac Multifamily is projecting a strong second half of the year for the apartment market. With demand for multifamily housing exceeding pre-pandemic levels,...

What renters, landlords should expect as the...

Throughout most of the pandemic, Americans who are behind on their rent have been safe from evictions due to a federal moratorium imposed by the Centers for Disease...