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  • The Gen Y Phenomenon

    The apartment industry has long anticipated the arrival of the image-conscious, tech-savvy Generation Y. But as this coveted demographic nears prime renter age, property owners are discovering a slew of shackles burdening the age group. This special report attempts to understand Gen Y.

  • Smooth Move

    Relocating residents offers property managers the chance to improve customer brand loyalty.

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  • Numbers Game

    Apartment owners combat climbing vacancies and soft absorption rates with amenity-packed properties.

  • Deal Blues

    Mid-sized deals, such as the $42.8 million sale of Waterford Commons, a 303-unit community in Manchester, Conn., are seeing traction today.

  • Mission From God

    Rabbi Bruce Kahn is passionate about fair housing. But how did one man have such a polarizing effect on the multifamily housing community?

  • Land Investors Wait for the Bottom as Banks Hold Prices

    Banks and buyers are at a standoff, leaving the classic case of the irresistible force meeting the immovable object.

  • Making The Grade

    Today's student housing tech offerings give clues as to what coeds will demand at their first apartments.

  • Long Time Coming

    After Ron Cohen closed on the first parcels of land he bought in the North of Massachusetts Avenue (NoMa) section of Washington, D.C., he faced a major problem with his lenders.

  • After The Fall Out

    Dispute exposes potential regulatory abuse at HUD.