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Mold problems can be incredibly expensive to repair, sometimes requiring entire rooms being torn down to the studs. Certain types of mold can cause illnesses from skin irritation to obstructive lung disease. What is truly frightening about mold is how easily it grows. One study from the University of Arizona showed that 100% of the…


What do millennials want, anyway? Marketing execs all over the country have been tripping over themselves for years to find the answer. After all, as America’s largest and youngest adult generation, millennials have an insane amount of collective purchasing power, the power to move markets according to their whims—and the ability to do so for decades to…


A new study from Penn’s Social Impact of the Arts project found that cultural resources in lower-income neighborhoods are “significantly” linked to better schooling, health, and security. “Going to a museum won’t cause you to lose weight or reduce your chances of being mugged, but communities with cultural resources do better,” Mark Stern, lead researcher…


Reducing water consumption has become more important than ever. This is especially true in areas that experience frequent or long term drought conditions. Many property managers find themselves under water use restrictions or increased prices on water overages. The good news is that there are many ways to reduce water bills that are not occupant…


The downtown resurgence is reaching across the country. In the post-World War II era, Americans fled urban areas in favor of the suburbs. That left many downtowns to face some neglect, rising crime, and industrial decay, realtor.com® notes in a recent article. But it’s a new day for the American downtown. Redevelopment since the mid-1990s…


Water damage, leaks and mold are the cause of major headaches for many in property management. More than inconvenient, they are often expensive and time consuming to repair. According to insurance industry data, pipe failures are the leading cause of water damage, costing an average of $5,000 per incident to fix with toilet overflows and…


The Trump administration may not be fond of Federal Housing Administration-insured mortgages — the president canceled a cut in fees for new loan applicants as one of his first official actions — but millennial homebuyers apparently are big fans. A new analysis of loans closed during January found 35 percent of millennials — those born…


Every year Forbes partners with Marcus & Millichap, a commercial brokerage and real estate research firm, to compile lists of the best and worst American cities for renters. For 46 cities with the most investor interest Marcus & Millichap provides data on rental prices, vacancy rates and affordability, which go into our ranking. They also give…


Developers still hope that Millennials will help fill the slowly growing number of vacant apartments across the United States. They might be right. More than a million Millennials still live at home—less than a few years ago, but still a substantial number, including some who are likely to eventually rent apartments. “There’s potential upside in…


SAN FRANCISCO – Airbnb on Tuesday unveiled new initiatives designed to give a louder voice to the group that keeps the startup in business — the landlords renting their homes through the online platform. Addressing a group of 50 landlords at the company’s San Francisco headquarters, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky promised to open some company board meetings…

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