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  • “My RPM Story” – Caity Russell

    I started my college career in the business administration program at the University of Wisconsin – Stout, but I soon switched to property management on the advice of a mentor. I hoped to work in the business world and learn more about accounting while pursuing my passions for marketing and working with people. Residential property management (RPM) has endless possibilities, encompassing all my...
  • Unpacking the Meaning of a Trump Administration for Apartment Housing

    Uncertainty dominated the commentary written by key real estate analysts trying to forecast how the apartment industry and economy overall will be affected by the election of Donald Trump as the next U.S. President. Most industry groups, admittedly, said they were caught off guard by the result, and they, no doubt, will continue to analyze the situation between now and Inauguration Day. While it...
  • “My RPM Story” – Carrie Riley

    Military spouses move. And move. And move again. Sometimes you get lucky and stay somewhere for a few years — but usually you don’t. (We sometimes moved before even a year had gone by.) But one comfort of each move was knowing that I would be able to find a job in the RPM industry at the next duty station, because there are apartments everywhere — no matter where you end up. And when you work in...
  • Post-Election Outlook Remains Mixed for the Apartment Industry

    Apartment Industry Advocates,Add my name to the long list of individuals who did not take the candidacy of Donald Trump seriously and publically doubted whether could win a Presidential general election. My sin is even greater since I am inside the beltway and in “the business” of politics and policy. This is my job! How could I have not seen this coming? I could lay the blame for missing the...

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