Addressing Invisible Need
The needs of our neighbors aren’t always evident. When Sharon Johnston served as the president of Irving Women’s Network (IWN) from 2004-2006, the organization was shocked to discover that there were over 1,000 homeless teenagers in their town.
Johnston immediately called the school...
Invite-only, low cost smartphone
There’s a new kid on the smartphone block. Hailing from China, they call it the “flagship killer” due the extremely low price of $299 off-contract. It’s the OnePlus One, the smartphone that can be purchased only through invitation.
Pete Lau, former employee of OPPO where he led the...
Assessing green initiatives
Investing in earth-friendly energy solutions is an ongoing trend in real estate, across all market sectors. Political and ethical reasons for implementing green building and utility systems notwithstanding, investors and owners of real property assets are often motivated to use new...
Military Living from Corvias
Yardi client Corvias Military Living, an affiliate of the Corvias Group, has opened Reece Crossings, the Army’s first-ever on-post apartments for junior unaccompanied service members in Fort Meade, Md.
Reece Crossings consists of 432 apartments and will house 1,000 junior unaccompanied...
Tarragon Chooses RENTCafé
Property management company Tarragon Property Services casts a wider marketing net, executes the complete leasing process online and provides convenient online resident services—all with RENTCafé™. The upshot is consistently near-full occupancy.
Tarragon uses RENTCafé, a full online...
Fostering customer satisfaction
Care to know which cities in the United States are home to the most satisfied apartment residents? A recent report released by J Turner Research, a Houston-based company that exclusively specializes in market research for the multifamily industry, identifies Raleigh, North Carolina, as the...