Apartment Resources, 1992
Following is a list of Apartment Resources issues published in 1992 available in
Adobe Acrobat format, beginning with the most recent.
- The Aggregated POP Surveys by Gender and Income: Upscale apartment shoppers and
their amenity preferences by gender and income
- Bigger is Not Necessarily Better: Big projects save money on economy of scale,
but they lose money because they fail to maximize rent. Read why.
Download/view December 1992 Apartment Resources
- The Five Pitfalls of Congregate Care Development: What every developer should
know before beginning congregate care development plans
- Congregate Care Market Case Studies: The congregate care markets of Columbus,
Dayton, and Indianapolis studied.
- The Congregate Care Surveys: Aggregated results of telephone surveys of elderly
households across the country.
Download/view November 1992 Apartment Resources
- A Profile of Elderly Renters from the 1989 American Housing Survey: What
you should know about a very important niche market
- Why We Need a National Apartment Rent and Vacancy Report Now: Good decisions need
good base research data, which multifamily has been missing
Download/view October 1992 Apartment Resources
- The Aggregated POP Surveys--The Singles: We have divided singles into several
subgroups that differ in their demographic profile and mobility tendencies.
Download/view September 1992 Apartment Resources
- Who's Moving--Geographical Mobility in 1989-90: Renters and owners and who is
moving to what type of unit. Based on a Census report.
Download/view August 1992 Apartment Resources
- The Market Study in Your Files: Putting your tenant applications to work for you.
Download/view July 1992 Apartment Resources
- Recent-Mover Rental Households: Results from the American Housing Survey
of 1989 about renters who had moved in the 12 months.
Download/view June 1992 Apartment Resources
May 1992: Shopping Report Special Issue
This issue contains reprints of our special series "Presenting Your
Community," in which we aggregated the results of shopping reports conducted at
communities across the country. We found that leasing agents are making some very basic
mistakes that can affect a community's closing rate, and bottom line. This series had five
- Using the Telephone
- Signage and Grounds Appearance
- The Rental Office
- The Sales Presentation
- The Tour
Download/view May 1992 Apartment Resources
- POP Surveys--Married With Children: A special distribution of our apartment
shoppers survey to highlight the characteristics and preferences of married apartment
shoppers with children.
Download/view April 1992 Apartment Resources
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