Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 64, No. 1, January/February

Connecting to the Future
It is human nature to want to know the future. From ancient times, we have read tea leaves, gazed into crystal balls, and watched the stars to learn what the future holds. Today, economists and demographers have replaced prophets and magicians as the...
Interview: Dr. Kelly D Vandell
Dr. Kerry D. Vandell is director of the Center for Urban Land Economics Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and author of Strategic Management of the Apartment Business in a "Big REIT" World. JPM. A year ago, it seemed that REITs were going...
Investment Insights: Investing in Yourself
An interview with Ric Campo, Chairman and CEO of Camden Property Trust. As REIT share prices have fallen-to levels below net asset value in many cases-some REITs are pursuing a time-honored Street strategy of buying back their own stock. JPM: What factors...
IREM Regional Vice Presidents Report 1999
Region 2 Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania Albany CBD market had improved to 13% by mid-1998, showing a 2% improvement over the preceding year. Declines in inventory are most evident in Class B. The decision by NY State government to move...
Legal Issues: Minimizing Y2000 Liability
Year 2000 lawsuits are the millennium bug that will keep on biting. And the biggest bug bite could come from the inability to credit or pay out funds because of internal software problems. Property managers probably face the greatest liability from owners...
Next Stop the Millennium
Just when you thought that things just couldn't get any better-the lowest vacancies in 20 years on almost every property type, stable rental rates, rising property prices, mortages available at loan-to-values unseen since the '80s, booming stock market-?...
No Space at the Strip
When the property owners completed the renovation of an old neighborhood shopping center and changed its name to reflect its new look, they believed their troubles were over. They acquired an antiquated 86,000 square foot shopping center, which looked...
The Adventures of Leasing Lynda: Episode 7-Best Foot Forward
You've probably heard the old adage: "The first impression is a lasting impression." In real estate leasing, that could not be truer. Your leasing center's appearance and how a prospect is greeted when entering often will determine whether or not he...
Trends Affecting Real Estate Management
This RVP roundtable took place during the 1998 Institute of Real Estate Management National Convention in Anaheim, Calif. All participants are CERTIFIED PROPERTYMANAGERS JPM: What impacts have 1998 stock market declines and global economic downturns...
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