Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Certain states in the US are more vulnerable to crime than others, but unless you have easy access to the facts, how do you know whether your property is located in a high risk area? From Alabama to WyomingOverall, there is some good news—figures released by the US Department of Justice and the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports show that between 2000 and 2012, burglaries in the US fell by 8.0 percent...
Friday, November 8, 2013
Dear Apartment Industry Colleagues,The shutdown is over, the debt limit was extended another three months and Congress is returning to business as usual. Right now, “usual” means another round of negotiations to find a deal addressing the federal government’s budget and fiscal challenges and avoid another situation such as what occurred in October. This was mandated by the agreement made to...
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Thanksgiving is the Jello salad in the cornucopia of holidays—straight up overlooked. As soon as Halloween is over, everyone is bombarded with Santas and Christmas trees and feelings of panic over personal finances and perpetual loneliness. Maize and belt-buckle shoes never get any respect!
So before I succumb to the holiday madness and begin watching “While You Were Sleeping” on repeat—...
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Happy Halloween everyone! This year I decided to dress up as a multifamily housing professional. I’m wearing too many hats.
Next year I’ll be a comedian.
A few weeks ago I kicked off my Halloween festivities with a trip to Pennhurst Haunted Asylum outside of Philadelphia. A three-year tradition with my younger brother and cousin, the attraction includes two haunted houses, a ghost walk and a...