Exit Strategy

All in the (Multi)Family: Single-Family Builders Expand Apartment Plans
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Conquering the Age Divide Conquering the Age Divide

Baby boomers and millennials present managers and owners with a difficult task—figuring out how to keep both groups happy, either separately or, more often than not, together. More

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Booming Opportunity: Attracting Baby Boomers

Baby Boomer marketing specialist Todd Harff explains how to attract and retain Baby Boomer renters. More

Condo Conversion Currency
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Condo Conversion Currency

When Michael Reynolds looks back at the condominium scene in 2009, he’s happy just... More

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Succession Planning, Career Development Starts with Education

Helping an employee develop a career path and giving them the skills to meet their goals isn't just good for them: It's the key cog in your company's growth engine. Are you doing all you can? More

Pivot Point: In Chicago Market, Lennar's Multifamily Play Takes Shape as It Plans a Single-Family Exit
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Pivot Point: In Chicago Market, Lennar's Multifamily Play Takes Shape as It Plans a Single-Family Exit

Lennar Homes, a single-family, top five–ranked home builder and real estate... More

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Parting Ways Parting Ways

It’s time to say goodbye—and hello to a new chapter for the magazine. More

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AvalonBay CEO Bryce Blair’s Retirement Comes as a Surprise AvalonBay CEO Bryce Blair’s Retirement Comes as a Surprise

In the REIT world, where the message is usually controlled and changes are anticipated well in advance, this week’s announcement from Arlington, Va.-based REIT AvalonBay Communities that its chairman and CEO Bryce Blair would retire from his role at the end of 2011, came as a surprise to both analysts and industry executives. More

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Succession Planning is a Two-Way Street Succession Planning is a Two-Way Street

The person passing the power and the person taking the driver's seat have to be on the same wavelength. More

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Pop Quiz: Q&A with Essex's New CEO Mike Schall Pop Quiz: Q&A with Essex's New CEO Mike Schall

Mike Schall may have a new role as CEO of Palo Alto, Calif.-based Essex Property Trust, but he is certainly no stranger to the company. Schall has served under outgoing CEO Keith R.Guericke for 24 years. When the company went public in 1994, he was CFO. Five years ago, he moved over to the COO role. Now, he's in the top spot. More

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