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Thu
04
Jun
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: RIDING THE WAVE

Over the next 5 years developers plan to open 49,000 units. That’s a lot of new units, but we’ve seen it before. In fact, developers produced more new units back in the late 1980s. There is one thing we haven’t seen before though. Let’s take a look.

Fri
29
May
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: KEEPING AFLOAT

We usually talk about sales trends region-wide in these videos. But just like not all boats maneuver the same way, not all submarkets behave the same. So this week we will take a look at some submarket sale trends.

Thu
21
May
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On-Site (Seattle/Tacoma) RentalHousing Journal May 2015

On-Site Rental Housing Journal is published monthly for apartment owners, multifamily investors, property managers, landlords and other real estate professionals in the greater Seattle / Puget Sound area. RHJ is the business journal for the multifamily and residential property management industry. 3. Seattle Metro Among Ten Best Markets for Real Estate Investing 4. Home Buying Pays Off Fast, but Hurdles Remain for Renters 5. Renters Share Concern for Safety But Don't Reach Out to Neighbors 7. Coffee – More thn Just a Drink 10. Vacation Home Sales Soar to Record High in 2014, Investment Purchases Fall 11. NWMFHA – Two Great Association Memberships for One 13. OnSite Secret Shopper 11. Low Housing Supply Squeezes Affordability 16. What Does a Messy Car Have To Do With a Bad Tenant? 17. 4 Reasons Your Business Should Be On Social Media 20. Behind the Leasing Desk

Thu
14
May
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: REFUSING TO FUMBLE

People keep moving here and at a faster pace each year. This market refuses to fumble. Let's take a look at some of these trends for the region overall and for each county.

Mon
04
May
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ASK THE SECRET SHOPPER: Maintenance

The importance of teamwork can not be overstated or emphasized enough. Yet sometimes boundaries are so clearly drawn regarding the role or “job description” of each staff member, that those who desire to “go the extra mile” are forced to remain at the starting line and watch prospects and residents “fall through the cracks.”

I was recently asked the following question which brings up the issue of maintenance and leasing staffs getting involved with each others’ job duties:

Q: Is it appropriate for maintenance staff members to get involved in the leasing process and how far should they go?

A: This is a very important subject, and it brings up another question: Is it appropriate for leasing/office employees to get involved in some aspects of maintenance and how far should they go?

Fri
01
May
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: FOUR SALE TRENDS

Four positive trends are emerging from Puget Sound apartment sales activity in the first four months of this year. Let’s take a look.

Tue
21
Apr
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On-Site (Seattle/Tacoma) RentalHousing Journal April 2015

On-Site Rental Housing Journal is mailed monthly to apartment owners, multifamily investors, property managers, landlords and other real estate professionals in the Greater Seattle / Puget Sound area. RHJ is the business journal for the multifamily and residential rental housing industry. 3. Tenant Screening – Between a Rock and a Hard Place 4. Taking A Pulse Check On Your Attitude 5. Accelerating Housing Costs Have Renters Feeling the Squeeze 8. Multifamily Apartment Marketing: Are You Missing Out On New Leases? Property Management of Section 8 and Housing Choice Voucher Programs 9. Ask The Secret Shopper 11. Legislative Session Update from Olympia 12. Ed-Con – WmFHA 2015 Education Conference and Exposition 16. Behind the Leasing Desk 18. Rental Boom is Boon to Seattle Economy, Contributing $15.5B Locally in 2015 22. Student Loan Debt Affects Real Estate Investments in a Big Way

Mon
06
Apr
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Tenant Screening – Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Landlords are truly caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to tenant screening.

The Rock
A failure to adequately screen prospective residents can have a devastating impact on the bottom line – NOI & equity.

Further, there is a well-established duty to exercise care in screening prospective residents. A failure to do so has resulted in disaster – followed by substantial civil penalties.

The Hard Place
There has never been a more hostile legal and regulatory environment when it comes to tenant screening.

Fri
27
Mar
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: FORWARD TO THE PAST

Development activity is building more momentum this year. We saw almost 7,800 new units open in the region last year. That’s the biggest production year since 1991. But that record won’t last long. And something else very interesting is happening.

Fri
20
Mar
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Dupre & Scott Video Report: Puget Sound Apartment Sales up 20% Year-over-year

Apartment sales activity in the Puget Sound region is starting off the year impressively. The number of sales in January and February is up 20% from January and February of last year. That’s significant, but that’s nothing. Take a look at this.

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