Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 1, January/February

Growing Green
Green buildings-they've been talked about for years, debated, even rejected, but has the time now come to embrace them? Leaders of green technologies are saying the concept is no longer an oddity, and skeptics in the real estate industry may be ready...
Interview: Making Mixed Income Work
When the troubled Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) partnered with the Habitat Company to create a residential community that married higher end condominiums with homes for public housing residents, the plan seemed a vision for the future. However, making...
Legislative Update
LARGEST ADA AWARD EVER In November 1999, a Wisconsin jury awarded $13 million in punitive damages to a plaintiff who had been discriminated against based on his disability-mental retardation. The suit, brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,...
Living Smarter: Better Communities for the New Millennium
When it comes to growth, there's one area of agreement: at least in the short run, growth is inevitable. The population of the planet increases by a person a second; in California by a person a minute, says the Urban Land Institute's Vice President-Programs...
More of the Same.We Hope! 2000
How boring-more prosperity, stable occupancies, rising rents; that is what 2000 looks like to most real estate experts. "We're still in a sweet spot in the economy. I've been optimistic for a decade, and I still see reason for optimism. Yet the risk...
Optimistic but Cautious
During November 1999, the Institute of Real Estate Management's Regional Vice Presidents (RVPs) met to discuss issues affecting the real estate management industry in their regions and nationwide. (Note that all RVPs are CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGERS(R).)...
Out of Many, One
Individual participation is the heart of any voluntary organization. Whether we are raising money for our favorite charity or giving up our Saturdays to coach Little League, our willingness to spend time and energy on a project shows our commitment to...
Software 2000
Choosing Systems for the Next Century Real estate has traditionally lagged behind most other industries when it comes to employing the latest software technologies. In a 32-bit world, many property managers continue toiling away on 8-bit programs desperately...
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