apartments, class A, exterior

Class “A” Apartments are Experiencing Revenue Decline

When it comes to apartment demand, it’s generally understood that class “A” units are at the top of everyone’s list. They’re the most recently constructed, have the highest quality amenities (like high-speed WiFi, gym facilities, and in-unit washer dryer hookups), are in good repair, and generally are the most attractive to prospective tenants. Why, then, […]

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apartment, parking, spaces, lot

Apartment Complexes should not have Empty Parking Spaces

Millennials are attributed with the death of all kinds of products, traditions, and even entire industries. Some of these theories have compelling data to back them up, like the decline in diamond ring sales. Others do not (we’re pretty sure Millennials still use napkins.) One new trend that is being laid at Millennials’ feet, though, […]

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apartment, studio, micro units, renovation

Are Micro Units a Good Investment?

The housing situation in many large cities across the country is deteriorating rapidly. In Southern California, population growth continues to skyrocket housing demand. Due to housing regulations, NIMBY’ism, and a host of other factors, new housing isn’t being constructed nearly fast enough to meet demand. This is causing a steadily rising housing cost that is […]

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hallway, common areas, flooring, carpet, carpet tile

Common Areas need Durable Flooring

In most residential and commercial buildings, there are going to be areas that receive more traffic than others. Bedrooms, offices, and the like are not going to be seeing nearly as much wear and tear on the floors as hallways, common rooms, club houses, and the like. If you’re considering installing new flooring in one […]

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commercial, hard surface,

Commercial Hard Surface Flooring

How many times a day to you take notice of the floor where you work? We’re going to guess that it isn’t that often. Still, the kind of flooring you have installed in your commercial building can have a substantial effect on other aspects of your work. Nobody likes to work in an office with […]

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