Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 68, No. 5, September/October

As the Retail World Turns
Changing consumer behavior and demographics drive new retail conceptsThe retail shopping center is a living, breathing concept that is ever evolving. Today's retail centers are different from those of yesteryear. Property managers of these centers must...
Automating the Lease Flow
Technology can help streamline lease processesEvery industry has sales activities at some level. Some sales are highly formal and involve complex legal documents. Other less formal processes support or lead directly to the exchange of goods or services....
Automation Aids Retail Expense Recovery
Retail lease administration is more complex than ever. Yet, a surprising number of owners and managers still perform sophisticated calculations-including expense recoveries-manually, with a minimal degree of automation. This leaves their organizations...
Awards
* The Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives and Condominiums awarded Cooper Square Realty, AMO(R), its 2003 Management Company of the Year Award at its 50th Anniversary Gala Banquet and Awards Ceremony."The award was presented in recognition of...
Blah, Blah, Blah
Ask any property manager; complaints are a part of the job. Some think the office is too hot, others think it's too cold. It seems you just can't please everyone. The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) recently surveyed its members...
Chapter Spotlight
Bring on the Bucks: Memphis Chapter No. 20 Gives Members a Good Reason to ParticipateMembers of Memphis Chapter No. 20 seem to always get what they want. Whether through educational offerings, networking with other area associations, luncheon speakers...
In Good Company
Leadership and innovation guide AMO(R) firms through industry changes by Nancy PekalaWhether the year is 1933 or 2003, one truth prevails: success in the real estate management industry has always been about choice, not chance, to be pursued, not promised....
Membership Privileges
New Income/Expense Studies Give Members Real Page-TurnersThe 2003 versions of the Institute's Income/Expense Analysis(R) provide detailed information about operating revenues for office buildings; condominiums, cooperatives and PUDs; conventional apartments;...
Ohhhh Canada!
Self-regulation helps strengthen the industryPositive, proactive and professional. These are terms that best characterize today's Canadian real estate management industry. Canadian real estate markets are doing very well thanks, in part, to the industry's...
Pairing Off
Shopping centers partner up with sponsors to generate ancillary income by David GoldbergShopping centers are turning to sponsorship revenue to increase the bottom line and remain competitive in a challenging marketplace. A sponsor-partner is usually...
Point, Click, Tax?
Myths and realities of Internet taxationThe concept of Internet taxation has generated a great deal of inflamed rhetoric, combined with some misinformation. It's important to keep the parties straight and to identify what facet of Internet activities...
Protective Lease Provisions
Landlords can avoid conflict with CAM clausesRetail developers and managers agree the success of their shopping centers hinges in large part on the image the centers present to potential tenants and customers. Consequently, maintenance expenses are one...
Retail Prevails: Lifestyle Centers Put Retail out in the Open
When the recession hit, industry insiders proclaimed the multifamily market would withstand the downturn better than other property types. But, retail sector has proven to be the most resilient.According to Marcus & Millichap research, retail properties...
Sunny Days
A bright San Diego real estate market continues to shineLike its perennially glorious weather, the San Diego real estate market is experiencing a ray of sunshine amidst the current gloomy national real estate picture."Compared to many other cities, San...
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