Demand For Apartments Slowing Down
Leading apartment researchers agree that the number of vacant apartments grew in the first quarter of this year, while rents grew at a slower pace.  Read More…

One Developer’s Bet on the Channel District is Finally Paying Off
When developer Ken Stoltenberg moved to Tampa in 1998, he saw potential in an area where few others were willing to venture.  Read More…

Considerations When Spreading Equity to Key Employees
For employees, the author’s rule of thumb is to set aside 15%-20% of the company’s equity for the key members of the team.  Read More…

Multifamily May Be Responsible for Tenant Lighting
A proposed addendum to ANSI standards would compel owners to address lighting within dwelling units, which have historically fallen outside of landlords’ scope.  Read More…

Interior Wall Insulation Can Help Residents Feel at Home
Insulating interior walls, is becoming more common.  Landlords can retain residents who desire quieter, more comfortable living spaces.  Read More…