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Pay-to-Play Ground: Why Most Industry Conferences Suck
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Pay-to-Play Ground: Why Most Industry Conferences Suck

Unlike the competition, the MFE Conference picks its speakers based on what they... More

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The Art and Science of Marketing Apartments to Millennials The Art and Science of Marketing Apartments to Millennials

Apartment-marketing veteran Michael Taus details 10 ways to grab the attention of this critical demographic. More

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Building Community: Four Ideas for Holiday Events

The spirit of giving and joy during the holiday season gives property managers opportunities to build community through special, timely events. More

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What Makes Student Housing Look and Feel Like Student Housing?

Today, students expect more from the "college experience." And, housing is just as much, if not more important than a university's degree programs. So, it’s crucial to first understand what students are looking for, and, most importantly, how the building supports the live-learn goals to provide them with that ultimate "college experience." More

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Multifamily Executive Hosts Feb. 28 Webinar on Obamacare

Nearly two dozen taxes embedded in the act take effect this year, and you’re under pressure to make key decisions about what kind of health insurance you should provide—or whether to offer health insurance at all. To help you make the right choices, two experts will discuss the Affordable Care Act and answer your written questions. More

Apartment Owners in Alabama Deal with Aftermath of Tornado
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Apartment Owners in Alabama Deal with Aftermath of Tornado

A number of Alabama apartment complexes were in the path of the tornado that... More

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Industry Frets Over GSE Brain Drain

The uncertainty surrounding the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is making life difficult for those in the trenches at the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs). And the multifamily industry is growing increasingly worried that a brain drain will occur at the GSEs given their precarious and uncertain status. More

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Bulls vs. Bears Debate Multifamily Outlook at AFT Conference

While the outlook for the multifamily industry is inspiring optimism, several factors might still derail the sector's recovery, warned panelists at the 2011 Apartment Finance Today Conference, held in Dallas earlier this week. More

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Bulls vs. Bears Debate Multifamily Outlook at AFT Conference

While the outlook for the multifamily industry is inspiring optimism, several factors might still derail the sector's recovery, warned panelists at the 2011 Apartment Finance Today Conference, held in Dallas earlier this week. More

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Apartment Industry Shows Exuberance at NMHC Meetings, but is the Optimism Too Much? Apartment Industry Shows Exuberance at NMHC Meetings, but is the Optimism Too Much?

The decidedly warm Southern California desert didn’t stand a chance against the hot prospecting and fevered optimism felt by apartment industry executives who swarmed the La Quinta Resort & Spa in Palm Springs this week at the National Multi Housing Council’s jointly held Apartment Strategies Conference and Annual Meeting. But the more than 1,500 attendees should heed warning: The excitement can’t cover up continuing challenges. More

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