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The Finance Library contains articles covering various financial aspects of the apartment industry including, but not limited to, budgeting, revenue management, interest rate management and more.
The Finace documents have been split into sub-categories for easier browsing:
The attached articles on revenue management appeared in previous issues of units Magazine. These articles include the latest on trends in revenue management, including rent-pricing technology, amenity-based pricing and the principles of revenue management.
A feature story from the August 2011 issue of units Magazine, about Independent Rental Owner Rich Sommer's decision to divest his properties, and helpful information for other owners considering this process.
How mutifamily housing borrowers can understand the true costs of fixed-rate debt and enjoy greater cash flow through the business cycle by choosing to float instead. From the August 2011 issue of units Magazine.
An article from the April 2010 issue of units Magazine discussing the benefits, pitfalls and risks to manage of loan-to-own transactions.
This report was prepared by the Mortgage Finance Working Group’s Multifamily Subcommittee, sponsored by the Center for American Progress, chaired by CAP Senior Fellow David Abromowitz. The report examines and suggests ways federal policymakers can ensure there is adequate rental housing available for more than one-third of the country's population who will need or want to rent where they live in the coming decades. This paper outlines a framework for reform that establishes a role for government in maintaining strong financing channels and a safe and secure financing system for all types of multifamily rental property.
Contractual risk transfer helps owners cut losses. Action can help avoid frivolous lawsuits and other legal expenses according to this units Magazine article from June 2013.
Learn how some companies are using historic tax credits to develop high-quality housing.
A collection of documents including tips and ideas to increase your ancillary income as an IRO, including articles from units Magazine.
The attached articles are from past issues of units Magazine, and include items to consider before writing a budget, seven habits of highly effective budgeters and information directly pertaining to maintenance budgets.
NAAEI has launched the CAMnesty program to allow people who enrolled in the Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) program but not yet completed the Community Analysis project, exam or both to finish...