Albert Berriz

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Non-negotiable: Tighter Market Means Few, if Any, Concessions

When the economic crash sent managers into a frenzy to keep occupancies from falling further, concessions were flying fast and furious. But a recently released report shows just how far we've come since then. More

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McKinley Rehabs, Repositions a Failed Student Housing Property

McKinley took a failing student housing community in Champaign, Ill. and repositioned it as a garden-style family and young professionals community. More

Rehab ROI: Which Upgrades Cause the Biggest Rent Bumps?

Flooring replacements? Definitely. Countertops? Maybe. A new roof? Unlikely. But neglect curb appeal and common spaces at your own peril. More

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Green Funding Fuels Renovations

Using green construction for renovation projects has become more mainstream over the last few years making it easier for developers to help the environment. More

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The Top 5 Most Underutilized Amenities

Three multifamily property managers discuss which amenities are going out of style or have already been put on the fast-track to irrelevance. More

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Behind Closed Doors: Managers Cope with Meth Lab Risks

Meth labs pose a severe risk for apartment owners and managers, including dangerous fumes, environmental remediation and ultimately, the possibility of an explosion. In part one of a series, we speak with an operator who experienced the problem first-hand, and offer some warning signs. More

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Two More REITs Give Yield Management a Go

Two of the smallest publicly traded REITs recently decided to get on board with yield management. More

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Today’s Dealmaker: Q&A with McKinley’s Albert Berriz

Ann Arbor., Mich.-based McKinley has developed a reputation for taking over... More

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