Thursday, April 10, 2014
On first glance, some of my past job experience has no correlation to my current work as a Staff Writer and Manager of Public Relations.
But don’t be fooled—I was groomed at a young age for this business. Consider some of my early jobs:
1. Library assistant. In elementary school, the fifth graders were given the “privilege” of working one of several jobs each morning during homeroom. Looking back...
Friday, April 4, 2014
The mobile revolution continues to be a trend driver in the multifamily industry. From the use of tablets and smartphones to paperless systems on managing documents, signature capture, and even creating a sense of community at our communities, we are searching for the best way to reach our customers.
At Fore Property Company, about 40 percent of all leads were generated by mobile sources—apps...
Thursday, April 3, 2014
I once spent 10 hours watching an “America’s Next Top Model” marathon on TV. I don’t even particularly like the show, yet I devoted the time it takes some women to give birth to such an endeavor.
Binge-watching TV shows is one of my vices. I just find something so deeply satisfying about watching episode after episode without waiting until the following week. Conversely, I seem to find necessary...
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Apartment Industry Colleagues,March was a big month for two of the top federal legislative issues that could impact the apartment industry’s future – housing finance reform and tax reform. In each case, a long-anticipated legislative proposal was released by a committee chairman. Neither one has universal support at the moment and both have their critics. The outlook for one is much, much...