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  • Actually, We Are Not a More Mobile Society

    Anyone who regularly consumes Census data knows that mobility rates in this country have been declining for decades. So why do we keep hearing about roving Millennials, and the freedom to move as a main reason they don’t commit to homeownership? It’s true that rates of mobility among young people (ages 20-29) have historically been the highest of any age group, but the fact is that as a whole,...
  • Making Good Choices

    It is July which means beach time and boat drinks, summer camps, lots of seared proteins and of course the 2016 Presidential Nominating Conventions. That last one was on your list, right? Maybe that is just for inside-the-beltway nerds like yours truly. Though with all of the media coverage of Donald Trump these past 12 months, one would think it was on everyone’s mind. The networks might even...
  • Overtime Rule Shows President’s Power Without Congressional Action

    Apartment Industry Advocates,One of the episodes on the old children’s TV program, Schoolhouse Rock, tells us that our nation’s laws are made through the rough-and-tumble legislative process within the U.S. Congress where ideas are posed, debated and if all goes well, a bill emerges that goes to the President. If all goes really, really well, the President signs it. Or, as has been the case a lot...
  • “My RPM Story” – Nathan

    When the economy took a dive in 2008, so did the real estate industry. That was the catalyst I needed to leave my job in new home sales to search for something better. What I found was a career in residential property management (RPM), which offers a steady income in an economically resilient industry and much more. Seven years later, I’ve grown a lot in my career. Now, I’m proud to use my...

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