Journal of Property Management

Magazine serving real estate managers.

Articles from Vol. 65, No. 2, March/April

Gardens in the Sky
Everyone knows the challenges of maintaining roofs, particularly those prone to leaks. Solving the problem can create a headache for most property managers, and though it may seem preposterous at first thought, a garden rooftop could be the solution....
High-Tech Leasing
New technology companies are starting up as fast as you can say T-1 line. Technology changes by the minute and young entrepreneurs, ready to be the next AOL, aren't wasting any time setting up shop. Though their business plan projections has them replacing...
Information at Any Cost?
American democracy is based on the free flow of information-the ability to know the facts and make an informed decision. And in this, the Information Age, never have more people had access to so much information, almost instantly. Yet despite the fact...
Interview: Seller Redux
Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Brokerage is one of the leading players in real estate investment transactions. The majority of its business is with the private-client sector. William A. Mithchap, president and CEO, offers some insight...
Legislative Update
ADDITIONAL TAX PROVISIONS In addition to several provisions relating to REITs reported in the last issue, the tax legislation passed late in 1999 had two other sections of interest to real estate professionals. New provisions require that sellers of...
Separating the Hype from the Savings
Approximately 18 months ago, one of the hottest topics in real estate management was the tremendous savings that buildings could realize by buying electricity on the open market. Gas deregulation had resulted in substantial savings for many properties,...
Solving the Maze
Faced with the endless twists and turns of Section 8 funding and the seeming dead ends of expiring contracts, real estate owners and managers are seeking the best strategy to preserve their investment and avoid negative tax positions for owners. While...
The E-Police
As e-mail, Internet, and other telecommunications options have come into common office use, employers are increasingly becoming concerned about the possible misuse of these technologies by employees. In order to protect its legitimate interests, the...
The Twilight of the Mall: An Interview with Barry Libert
In today's e-commerce feeding frenzy, those who own or manage traditional retail space may well be wondering if the market has passed them by. Barry Libert of Arthur Andersen says stop wondering: you bet it has. Libert, who regularly speaks on the topic...
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