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  • Saving Paper

    Owners with cash in the bank target distressed debt, despite the heavy risk they carry.

  • What A Difference A Year Makes.

    Multifamily operators prepare to navigate a sea of uncertainties in 2009.

  • The Opportunist

    When the founder of a private apartment firm needs a new face at the top to help push growth, he or she has two options—turn to competitors and pick off young talent or promote from within. Lawrence R. Gottesdiener took a different approach. The founder and chairman of Newton, Mass.-based Northland...

  • Ride to the Top

    At Silo Point, residents find luxury living in a former grain elevator.

  • City By the Bay

    As global capital markets continue to destabilize, San Francisco multifamily properties remain one of the safest bets in the country for investors.

  • An Infamous Year

    If 2008 goes down as a year of firsts, then what do we have to look forward to?

  • Staying Put: REITs See Record Lows in Flight to Home Ownership

    Although they were pummeled by Wall Street in the third quarter, multifamily REITS did have some good news to report

  • Bad Rap

    During a session on the future of multifamily technology, panelists were discussing the rising trend of user-generated content about apartment communities popping up on the Web.

  • Courting Single Women

    Apartment owners can no longer afford to overlook the Sex and the City generation of independent, wealthy single women. In fact, it's a demographic group more powerful and influential than many multifamily industry executives realize. Here's what you need to know about reaching single women.

  • Laramar Sales Compensation Program

    Multifamily leasing consultants—a job set barely breathing, right? Think again, says Greenwood Village, Colo.-based Laramar Group, which leapt this year into a leasing agent commission structure long sought but seldom achieved in the multifamily world.