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More owners and property managers provide online services for their residents. More

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Aging Boomers, Net Generation Fuel Continued Demand for Apartments

With data from the 2000 census starting to be released, apartment marketers will be inundated with new reports on demographic trends driving the rental housing market in coming years. More

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Selective Telecom Technologies Here to Stay

The failure of many broadband companies that had promised high-speed wiring and Internet service to apartment residents holds a positive lesson for property owners, according to one expert. More

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New Web Service Focuses on Residents

Affordable housing developer C. Fred Cornforth wasn’t always happy with the workshops and programs the residents in his affordable housing developments were receiving. More

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Apartment Owner Survey: Constructing the Right Technology Balance

Apartment owners and managers are embracing technology that promises to help them attract and retain tenants, such as high-speed wiring for new and existing apartments. More

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Marketers Learn to Rely on Internet to Help with Leasing

Online marketing looks as though it’s here stay, despite the hard times suffered by many Internet services. More

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Leading Apartment Firms Describe Technology Approach

For most apartment firms that still rely on DOS-based property management software, it’s a huge leap of faith to switch to Web-based systems that leading software companies have been touting over the last few years More

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NAHMA Launches New Mapping Program

The National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) has partnered with ApartmentSmart.com to launch NAHMA Maps, a Web-based mapping tool. More

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HUD Hosts Online RESPA Meetings

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is hosting a series of online presentations on new mortgage rules. More

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Virtual Site Acquisition

A new Web site aims to make the land procurement process easier for affordable housing developers. QCTsites.com, launched in June, is an online database of Qualified Census Tract (QCT) and Difficult Development Area (DDA) opportunities. More

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