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Congratulations to the 2017 Inductees to the AAMD Hall of Famemore»
The AAMD Education Advisory Council (EAC) has worked hard to develop five new seminars for the spring education calendar. The EAC determined the seminars based on the feedback provided at the annual Knowledge Exchange comprised of Regional Property Managers, Marketing Directors and Trainers from management companies throughout Denver. All seminars are open for registration. Please contact Lisa Godbehere with any questions or for additional information.
For the second quarter in a row the average cost of renting an apartment in Denver has decreased, according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Report released today.
Over the course of my career, no book has had a greater influence in the way I look at driving extraordinary customer service than The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn.more»
What happens next? What can we expect from a Trump White House? And GOP majorities in both Houses of Congress? With hindsight now available to us, I think managing expectations is important here.
Your Apartment Association government affairs team predicted the outcome in 90 percent of the State and Federal races and initiatives. Colorado Democrats have picked up three seats in the House, extending their three-seat majority. Republicans retain the Senate majority. Full results listed below.
Denver-metro rents decreased for the first time in nearly three years.
Average rents fell from $1,371 to $1,368 during the third quarter according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Report released today. Apartment rents rarely decrease during the 3rd quarter, which has only happened four times in the last 29 years. Furthermore, rents went down in 19 submarkets. With a vacancy rate of 5.1% (up from 3.9% two years ago), there are over 16,000 vacant apartment units in metro-Denver.