Home owners are flocking to connected devices to manage everything from energy use to home security with their smartphones. But does this technology make sense for property managers and others in the commercial real estate realm?
Staying current on the incentives and programs available to multifamily owners and developers keeps real estate pros better positioned to discuss and market these properties.
These growing hubs of economic activity aren’t just for tourists and transit anymore.
Home-sharing sites attract agents and potential clients. Should you dive in?
Triple-net leases have their risks, but the biggest investor challenge is simply getting one.
Looking to expand your property management portfolio? Self-managed HOAs are reaching out for assistance with finances and operations.
Bulk portfolios of single-family homes have redefined the rental business. How are large landlords coping?
Companies may be willing to spend more on their workspace these days, but developers and real estate pros need to know what will entice the tenants of the future.
Investors looking for single-family rentals are running into supply issues, but that doesn’t mean they’re out of luck; they just need to think outside the box.
Commercial practitioners and property managers can chalk up the winter of 2013–2014 as being an important education in planning for severe weather challenges. Here are some lessons learned this year.