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This week in property management news: March 6, 2017

Industry News & Events

Millennials making the move to the suburbs; How to write the perfect lease: A how-to guide; 3 U.S. cities named the most expensive rental markets in the world; Strengthening economy encourages developers ; And, Cities dominated by renters continue to grow.

Millennials make the move to the suburbs
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports the latest on the millennial movement from downtown urban living to urban areas.

How to write a perfect lease for your properties
Buildium releases their latest guide on how to write a smart, clear, bulletproof lease that will help make property managers more organized, compliant with the law and efficient with their business.

3 U.S. cities named the most expensive rental markets in the world
Rental prices have been on the rise for some time now, making some cities very unaffordable. Some cities across the U.S., however, are out-pricing even the most expensive cities in the world.

7 Habits of Highly Successful Property Managers Guide

You will discover creative ways to identify and eliminate routines that are no longer benefiting your business.


Strengthening economy encourages developers
As the economy continues to strengthen, developers are back to focusing on new housing projects with new trends. Multifamily Executive Magazine features four specific projects.

Cities dominated by renters continue to grow
The rental market continues to boom, according to REJ. With nearly 21 U.S. cities across the country having households dominated by renters, the market continues to show zero sign of slowing down.

Sarah Pallatroni

Sarah Pallatroni

As Buildium's social media marketer, Sarah is responsible for brand promotion across multiple social media platforms and keeps the team up-to-date on industry trends. With a BS in Marketing from Bentley University, she is constantly learning new ways to represent the Buildium brand via the wonders of social media. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys traveling and critiquing new restaurants.