Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 64, No. 2, March/April

Avoiding Animal House
by Steve Bergsman Thomas Trubiana remembers going to the annual meeting of college and university housing officers three years ago and speaking with executives from the other private companies involved in student housing-all two of them. However, at...
Damage Strategies
After an incident resulting in physical property damage occurs, a proper and thorough site/damage assessment must be performed, not only to determine the extent of the damage, potential recovery time frames, and costs, but to ensure the safe and healthful...
Interview: Scott Crawford-Leveraged Recapitalization
Need a capital infusion but not ready for the effort or expense of an IPO? Scott Crawford is a senior manager in the Los Angeles office of Ernst & Young's Corporate Finance Group. JPM: How does a leveraged recapitalization work? Crawford: A leveraged...
Let Us Entertain You
From the frosts of Minnesota to the palm trees of Miami, the worlds of entertainment and retailing continue to merge. Symbolized by that retail/entertainment behemoth the Mall of America, shopping center owners and managers have embraced entertainment...
President's Letter
Sustaining Our Industry-One Person at a Time At some point in our personal and professional lives, many of us have been fortunate enough to have had a mentor. Whether it was the teacher or coach who taught us to strive for excellence or the first boss...
Shopping Your RFP
With a myriad of insurance types to consider and the many insurance factors to sort through, the selection process can be a daunting task. But by keeping a close eye on the market and knowing what it takes, your request for proposal (RFP) can win you...
Strike It Niche
With the property management industry in a constant state of flux, business growth often depends on versatility. This can mean moving outside of the "traditional" avenues of third-party management and recognizing opportunities that can be accommodated...
Web Leasing: Help or Hype?
How about some straight "skinny" on the viability of using the Internet to lease apartment homes? We've all been approached by one of the several online rental advertising services touting thousands of "hits" to their sites, for pennies per day. Perhaps...
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