IN THIS ISSUE: THE DISTRESS ISSUE—How Behringer Harvard beat you to the bidding table. Plus, Our comprehensive
outlook for 2010 and beyond, bright ideas for dealing with distress and looming maturities, and a step-by-step guide to managing troubled properties
IN THIS ISSUE: A NEW CHAPTER—Can industry titan Trammell Crow Residential survive the development downturn without Ron Terwilliger? Yes, if CEO Charlie Brindell has his way. Plus, STATE OF RENTS: Brace for the bottom in 2010 and come out ahead in 2011 and Cloud Computing Cuts Costs
IN THIS ISSUE: BACK ON TRACK—Associated Estates is finally Holding steady after a long, bumpy ride. Can the REIT continue to prove its progress to Wall Street? Plus, Green Shoots: Is the development sector coming out of hiding?; Inside the Modern Leasing Center; and Bulk Portfolio Deals Grow
IN THIS ISSUE: ROI WIZARDS—JRK Property Holdings works its cost-cutting magic at Class A properties, giving its investors cause for celebration despite the economic downturn. Plus, Staging a Comeback: Rehab activity will likely return by 2011. So say the the results of our first Apartment Renovation Index survey.
IN THIS ISSUE: THE TOP 50 ISSUE—Our annual ranking of the industry’s largest owners, managers, builders,and renovators. Plus, How UDR times the market and leverages technology to lure tomorrow’s renters and four steps to a better tech platform.
IN THIS ISSUE: THE GREEN ISSUE—AMLI Residential factors green into its day-to-day operations. Plus: Will the Great Recession deter the green movement? And the costs vs. ROI to build sustainable affordable housing.
IN THIS ISSUE: AGAINST ALL ODDS—When no one else was building, Lindsey Management Co. kept a steady blitz of development going—earning the title of the country’s largest multifamily builder in 2009. Here’s how they climbed to the top. Plus: Lay of the Land: Six strategies for leveraging dirt; Localized Mobile Marketing; Handling a High-End Clientele; and more.
IN THIS ISSUE: Campus Advantage’s top-tier resident life services keep students coming back for more. PLUS -- What happens when the volume of CMBS loans hits special servicers; Special servicers begin allowing discounted payoffs
IN THIS ISSUE: The X Factor—What one single issue could undermine the multifamily real estate industry? Depends on who you ask.
IN THIS ISSUE: Executive of the Year—Meet Gables Residential’s leading lady: Susan M. Ansel is cool, calm, and exactly what a company needs to survive a recession. PLUS: 2010’s Top Apartment Buyers; 6 Steps to Negotiating Expiring Loans; IT Budgeting for 2011; and Multifamily Land Market Heats Up
IN THIS ISSUE: Star Power—The winners of the 2010 MFE Awards shine bright. PLUS: Will multifamily IPOs ever happen? and Why first impressions matter to renters
IN THIS ISSUE: The Evolver—Waterton Residential enters a new era of value-add plays. Here’s how the founders transformed their business model and kept their vision alive. PLUS: The Balance of Housing Tips Toward Apartments and Construction Imaging Technology Heats Up
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