AuthorMacLean Pfister

TWiRP – October 22, 2016

Higher rates don’t mean the death of housing Concerns about the impact of what’s expected to be higher Federal Reserve interest rates on the property market are overblown, Jonathan Gray, global head of real estate at Blackstone, told CNBC on Tuesday. “We’re later in the cycle, but some people are getting a bit too negative,” said Gray, who manages $103 billion of...

TWiRP – October 15, 2016

How Grandma can help the housing crunch If your community’s zoning keeps people from carving little apartments out of existing homes, it doesn’t just add to some abstract housing shortage. It also oppresses Grandma — and lots of other would-be renters. Accessory apartments aren’t some fad that arose last week at a new-urbanism conference. They’re part of a long tradition of modest apartments and...

TWiRP – October 8, 2016

Future-Proofing Your Property with Technology The concept know as “future-proofing” is getting a lot of attention from property manager’s throughout the United States.  For those who are unfamiliar with the concept of future-proofing, its I hope this article will help explain it further. If you enjoy or strive to create an ambient environment for future tenants I would strongly...

TWiRP – October 1, 2016

Millennials Will Be Renting Much Longer After the release of an analysis of homeownership by John Burns, a real estate consultant, Millennials will be renting for a much longer time than previous generations due to job mobility, high mortgage rates, and low liquidity. This is relevant to the modern day landlord and property manager for the fact that the numbers are in their favor, and will...

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