Water Conservation

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Smart Meters Are Water (and Wallet) Savers

Real-time water-monitoring solutions help keep multifamily property owners from flushing money down the toilet. More

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Automatic Leak Detector Protects Properties From Pipe Bursts

The improved FloLogic system can be installed above or below grade. More

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Exclusive Research: Resident Lifestyle Preferences: an Insight

This first-of-its-kind industry report, titled "Resident Lifestyle Preferences: An Insight," highlights the lifestyle desires of apartment residents nationwide, in a survey of more than 27,600 renters done exclusively in partnership with J Turner Research for Multifamily Executive. More

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Fannie Mae Expands Green Refi Program

Fannie Mae rolled out a second version of the Green Refinance Plus program in May, and owners are giving the program a big (green) thumbs up. More

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New Life for Boston's Old Colony

The redevelopment of the U.S.'s oldest public affordable housing development... More

Water, Metered: Smart Irrigation Systems Slash Costs

Greystar and AIMCO officials talk about water and monetary savings seen after installing computerized irrigation systems at various properties. More

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After Drought, California Focuses on Water Filtration

From bicycle codes to constrained space due to water filtration systems,... More

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Owners, Operators Group Welcomes the Better Buildings Challenge

Its energy-saving ideas will help Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future, a consortium of nonprofit owners and operators, meet the federal Better Buildings Challenge. More

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Orlando Low-Rise Reflects Market's Revitalization

Pollack Shores' 326-unit SteelHouse can credit strong public-private partnerships, close proximity to public transportation, and a plethora of one-bedroom units in its success with Millennials. More

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Five Essentials for a Green Community

Strata Research took a look at what renters expect to see at a green community, and water conservation issues dominated the list. More

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