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  • “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...
  • Keep Your Friends Close, But Your Enemies Closer

    My oldest group of friends—the girls with whom I went to high school—are rather…competitive. Specifically with board games. During an incredibly intense round of Taboo, my one friend’s boyfriend snapped a wooden stool leg in half. They broke up shortly thereafter. Another friend’s husband removed his wedding ring during a similar disagreement. I’m happy to report they are still together. I’ve had...
  • How Do U.S. Renters Feel about the Housing Market?

    The national real estate market is made up of many moving parts – renters, buyers, landlords, sellers, investors, inventory and demand, just to name a few. Gaining insight on the opinion of major influencers helps determine overall housing health, especially as economists begin to make predictions for 2015.  The Zillow Housing Confidence Index involves 10,000 interviews of consumers within 20...
  • Capitol Update: TRIA Reauthorization Still Looms

      Apartment Industry Colleagues, Happy New Year! I hope this missive finds you safe and healthy so far in 2015. The new Congress has been sworn in, freshmen are figuring out where the cafeteria, the WC and Committee chambers are located (not necessarily in that order) and the party caucuses are organizing for many battles to take place over the next two years. For the GOP, the hope was to start...

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