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Developing Parking Facilities in the Modern Day: Preparing for the Future

Take a moment to think about the world in 1987. Virtually every aspect of our daily life has changed in those three decades. At the time, mobile phones cost around $1,400 and were the size of a Dutch oven. The words “climate change” meant nothing. The average monthly rent was $395 and a dozen eggs […]

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The Top Three Real Estate Title Issues REALTORS® Need to Know

Nothing is worse in the eyes of a real estate professional than discovering an issue with the title to real estate on the heels of a scheduled closing. Real estate title issues come in a multitude of varieties, forms and fashions, and depending on the severity of the issue, can stop a real estate deal […]

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Glimmers of Hope

Soaring online sales are continuing to shake things up in the retail real estate sector. The impact is significant – but by no means equal. There are some winners and losers emerging as retailers and landlords alike scramble to adapt to a changing marketplace. Sales data is starting to paint a grim picture for brick-and-mortar […]

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Commercial Connections Spring 2017: Investment Springs Eternal

Using Your Time, Money, & Energy for Growth. Read about commercial advocacy on Capitol Hill, inside MIPIM 2017, Q&A with NAR’S deputy chief lobbyist, Smart Growth grants, plus explore new research, IREM®’s Sustainability certification, and more.   Table of Contents Commercial Advocacy on Capitol Hill – A Note from the President, Bill Brown. One-on-One With […]

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4 Issues to Watch for Property Managers

Laws concerning service animals, rent control, marijuana, and criminal background checks are constantly evolving. Here’s what you need to know right now. Correction: In an earlier version, quotes by Tyler Craddock of the National Association of Residential Property Managers were mistakenly attributed to an NAR staffer. The story has been corrected. It’s a changing landscape for landlords […]

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‘Land That Time Forgot’

CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST – Wildlife biologist Fernando Clemente steers a six-man ATV over a gravel road that cuts through golden grasslands and shrub forest, over the dry beds of rivers that run only after monsoon storms. Mountains in Mexico ring the horizon. “I understand that homeland security is important for everybody,” says Clemente, whose New […]

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Why Affordable Apartments Are Hard for Low-Income Renters to Find

Kim Betancourt, who oversees economics and market research for Fannie Mae’s multifamily platform, talks about her team’s latest findings on barriers to affordability. Fannie Mae’s multifamily economics team studies the dynamics of rental markets nationwide. In its Multifamily Market Commentary for March, the team notes that it expects nearly 404,000 apartment to come online in […]

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How to Win, and Keep, Renters Amid the Current Multifamily Landscape

Three strategies to help drive leases and resident retention in a sea of competition. The multifamily sector has experienced tremendous growth and innovation over the past several years. Driven by strong resident demand, the market continues to see increased amounts of apartment construction throughout the country. As a result, the competition keeps intensifying, and multifamily […]

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Small Business and Economic Growth

On Thursday, Apr. 27, 2017 the House Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access held a hearing: “Small Business: The Key to Economic Growth.” During the hearing, members and the witness panel discussed the ways that small businesses contribute to the U.S. economy, through the creation of jobs and contributions to the […]

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A Guide to Real Estate Mapping and Analysis Tools

Smart land agents will embrace technology advances and use them not just to survive but to thrive. Others may cling to their brochures and rolodexes, hoping that they can continue to be successful because things were better in the old days and that’s how things have always been done. Unfortunately, history and my experience have shown […]

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