While move-in check list are “all the same” you will be hard pressed to find two that are exactly alike. This is an idea list for you to pick and choose items you may want to add to your existing move-in checklist.
Tuesday Webcast with Multifamily Property Management Author John Wilhoit – Feb 10, 2015. This lively discussion will focus on Chapter 2 from the book, Multifamily Insight. This LIVE, fast-paced free PowerHour webcast focuses on Chapter 2 of John’s book about how to build wealth through buying and managing the right multifamily assets in the right […]
Following are the ten most popular post for all of 2014. This list changes every year as we add more content, but always near the top you will find articles that focus on making us better fiduciaries of assets under management.
A recent article in the WSJ commented about investors presently flocking to 24-hour cities like Washington DC. They stated that foreign investors were more likely to invest in New York over Nashville. Why? Liquidity.
Moore’s law states that over time the number of transistors that fit on a single circuit board will double every two years. In multifamily, there are numerous areas that are changing at the speed of technology.
How do buyers measure their purchase? How do they know if they have a winner? Almost any measure requires the use of a timeline. Buying a deal for a $1 and selling it for $2 requires knowing when the dollar was invested and the hold time to determine yield.
As property manager’s, managing incidents caused by weather is part of managing financial risk at the property level. While we can insure against certain weather-related occurrences, we cannot control their timing or level of damage to property.