Chase Harrington: Knowledge, Trust of Artificial Intelligence on the Rise

For some individuals, nothing beats old-fashioned human interaction. They are uncomfortable interacting with anything machine-based. Then there is everyone else — a contingent that continues to grow, according to a recent Entrata study about artificial intelligence and apartment living.  Artificial

Looking Back on Student Housing’s Most Active Builders

Student Housing Business conducted a survey of builders in mid-2019 to determine which contractors are the most active in the student housing sector. To participate, contractors must have completed projects within the timeframe of January 1, 2017, to December 31, 2018.

Providing the Perfect Amenity Through Mixed-Use Space

Both on- and off-campus, today’s student housing developments are providing more than just a place for students to rest their heads. Off campus, new communities are featuring everything from fashion boutiques and restaurants, to office and event space, while residence

Seriously Smart Amenities

Today’s hottest amenities may have less sizzle compared to millennial-era must-haves, but in-demand developments deliver on amenities that promote success, convenience and wellness. By: Lynn Peisner Student housing amenities used to have a reputation in the popular press and in most

Justin Wybenga: A Master Class in Catering to Graduate Students

Pursuing higher education is not a decision to be taken lightly. Whether a student chooses medical, graduate, business or law school, it will require money, time and dedication. Investing in education means less time to worry about other responsibilities, day-to-day

Brian Nelson: The Pros and Cons of Real Estate Syndication

Since the Great Recession of 2008, we’ve seen numerous properties offered in the securitized real estate syndication industry, especially when it comes to the TIC and the 1031 space. From my vantage point as a 1031 sponsor, the landscape has