How Will We Be Remembered – Legacy of Deceit, Selfishness and Denial or Solving Unsustainable Problems? – by Terry Moore, CCIM

A poignant cartoon shows two desperate shipwreck survivors in a life raft. We see the circling sharks, but not at the lifeboat’s other end. One says, “Look at them bail! It’s a shame there’s a hole in their end of the boat.” Every level of government has trillions of unfunded liabilities: debt, pension and healthcare…

5 Signs You Need a Property Manager – by Taryn Spiller

Property managers of the future are focused on technology. This allows them to cater to the tech-savvy tenants of the world today and create an effortless process for multifamily owners. If you’re an owner or landlord and answer yes to any of the questions below, it’s time to hire a property manager of the future.

Delaware Statutory Trust 1031 Exchange Insights – by Chay Lapin, Senior Vice President, Kay Properties and Investments

Recently, a client in a 1031 Exchange with $4,000,000 of equity was working with another registered representative and talking to a sponsor directly. In talking with Kay Properties and Investments, they learned that we specialize in Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) 1031 Exchanges and that we have access to a variety of DST properties from many…

Rent Control Reappears – by Al Jacobs

In my readings recently, I stumbled upon an article concerning rent control – a subject pitting two economic groups squarely against one another. If you’re the owner of residential rental units, you object to a governmental agency dictating what price you may set on your property. If, however, you’re the traditional apartment dweller, you favor…