What Renters (Really) Want, or Man vs. Revman Part 3
As my mom still likes to say when she offers me unasked-for advice—I do it out of...
Boomer Housing: One Size Does Not Fit All
In this contributed commentary, KTGY's Manny Gonzalez looks at how designing for...
Are They Customers or Commodities? Man vs. Revman Part 2
If you trade renters like day-traders flip stocks, then what you're really pricing...
Lead Tracking and SEO: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Lead tracking numbers help determine marketing ROI, but they can also be your...
On Optimism, Upturns, and Lucky Breaks
Optimism is most needed in times of despair; pessimism, in times of triumph.
The Father of Disruption
What disruptive innovation could do for the multifamily industry if companies prepare to adapt.
Editorial: Renters by Choice? Yeah, Right
The next time you talk about Millennials being "renters by choice," look in the...
Sales of Newly Built Apartments Hint at Speed of Cycle Maturity
Price per unit in primary markets is decelerating more quickly than in secondary markets.
Buyer Beware: Due Diligence Do's and Don'ts
Inadequate property inspections can lead to serious, and costly, repairs after the...
Rehab ROI: Do the Math
Operators don’t always account for a renovation’s life span in their investment...