Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 66, No. 1, January/February

A 2001 Forecast
Talent, Technology to be Top Trends You don't have to be a psychic to predict that 2001 will be a year of major change for the real estate industry. Following a Millennium year that somewhat surprisingly could be characterized as more of the same for...
Benchmarking: A Service Imperative for Corporate Clients
Investment and corporate owners differ greatly in their use of benchmarking tools. Investment property is more greatly governed by the investment goals of the owners. Decisions are guided by widely understood financial principles such as return on equity,...
Beyond the Standard: Negotiating Commercial Real Estate Finances
With the exception of large, institutional, life insurance, and pension fund financing, most property managers negotiate on behalf of their clients real estate financing with commercial banks and savings institutions. While the large institutional lenders...
Buyer's Resource Guide: Maintenance
In an effort to help keep readers up to date on the latest products and services available to them in managing their real estate properties, JPM will periodically showcase a Buyers Resource Guide focusing on one particular area of importance for today's...
Interview: Jim Martin
Jim Martin is a judgment recovery specialist with the Indianapolis-based Judgment Enforcement Center, and author of "Small Claims Court-How to Collect The Money You Won" (wwwjm-marketing net/small claimscourt). Despite the fact that most companies have...
President's Letter: Traveling a New Road in 2001
As an organization, IREM is fully invested in the process of reinventing itself to prepare for the future and to better serve you. This commitment is centered around a core set of values that focus on communication, strategic action, participation and...
Telcom Hotels House High-Tech Guests
Commercial real estate development for business and industry traditionally comes in the form of office buildings, industrial facilities or a combination of both. Not anymore. The most talked about development trend, in fact, is neither office nor industrial....
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