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JUNE 18, 2018|EMILY ANDERER Inclusionary Housing and the Multifamily Pipeline in Portland CoStar Market Insights: Number of Newly...

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The NAA Apartmentalize conference kicks off today in San Diego! For the next three days, more than 9000 attendees will enjoy top-notch education,...

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How to hire quality maintenance technicians and keep them in the fold. Debra Cash doesn’t hesitate when asked about the importance of...

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More apartment operators are opening the door to the idea of self-guided tours for their prospective residents. Apartment communities find that with...

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The Metro Council holds a May 29 work session on a possible $652.8 million affordable housing bond, with a public hearing and referral vote set for...

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2018 2nd Quarter Special Update - Portland Relocation (May): OREGON: M001 OR Rental Agreement - The box on page one in the Tenancy section which...

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In January, we quizzed the multifamily industry asking them what they thought drove residents to renew their leases. We showed them a list of 27...

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As new single-family rental homes pop up, apartment developers and managers see new opportunities. During the past seven years, Mark-Taylor...

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By listening to employees and emphasizing their entrepreneurial spirit, small firms can retain their top performers. Apartment firms of all sizes...

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On Wednesday, April 18th the Spring 2018 Apartment Report from Multifmaily NW debuted at the sold out Apartment Report Breakfast at the Oregon...

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Buying a new community means taking on a new staff. If the property is underperforming, it may mean refocusing onsite associates.When Trion...

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RIP TIC
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For purposes of 1031 exchange, TICs or Tenant-in-common programs are dead, gone, done, finished. Their user-unfriendly format, requiring unanimous...

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