Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 61, No. 1, January/February

A Dump-Buster's Checklist
Abandoned articles and materials such as automobiles, appliances, construction waste, barrels, motor oils, etc., are common, unwanted dump items. In the wake of the inconsiderate "midnight dumpers" are aesthetic concerns, increased costs, and potential...
Bring 'Em Home: Trends in Fultifamily Models
Call it back to basics or a simpler way of life, top designers and marketing experts agree that multifamily models and clubhouses are heading home. The shape of things to come for apartments is a home-like feel without the hassles of upkeeping a house....
Budgeting '90S Style
For many managers, ownership and operations in the 1980s were characterized by overleveraged real estate deals, abrupt and significant changes in the tax code, a parade of existing and newly created government agencies that took the place of investor...
Getting Your Management Skills in FOCUS
Getting Your Management Skills in FOCUSSometimes it seems that technology and property management business practices are changing almost daily. If you are still using typewriters or manual rent receipts, you are a dinosaur. To get ahead, or even to stay...
IREM Regional Vice Presidents Report 1995
Region 1 Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, VermontSlow growth is anticipated in metropolitan Boston. Apartment vacancies are 3.3 percent with minimal new supply. The strongest recovery is in western Massachusetts, which...
Legislative Update
LEAD-BASED PAINT REGULATION UPDATEThe publication of the final rule for the lead disclosure provisions of Title X has once again been delayed and is scheduled for December 1935 as this magazine goes to press. The actual regulation, which requires lessors...
Operation: Dump-and-Run
Its no laughing matter. Chronic dumping is a crime. And a major headache for property managers.As landfill costs continue to rise and regulations on waste get stricter, illegal dumping will pose an even greater nuisance to industrial properties. Insignificant...
Personal Goal Setting-What's Your ROI?
What do you want in 1996? A promotion, a pay raise, another job, a college degree, a better golf score, increased property cash flow, higher occupancy, more quality time with family?You can have it ... if you set a specific goal and give what it takes...
The Pause That Refreshes
Projections for a slow and steady real estate recovery are echoed for the national economy."The U.S. economy will be expanding for a long, long time, but at a slower pace," predicted Allen Sinai of Lehman Brothers in May 1995 presentation at the Urban...
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