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    The revenue management software market is heating up as 2007 comes to a close, with Yardi set to compete head-on with industry leaders RealPage and the Rainmaker Group.

  • What’s Up, What’s Down

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  • Free the FHA from its Cage

    Federal Housing Administration (FHA) modernization is a phrase that’s been bandied about over the years, but this time, the need to reform the FHA is urgent.

  • Optimizing Opportunities

    In finding out what the market will bear, every developer and property manager engages in revenue management and yield optimization, whether they call it that or not.

  • Find Opportunities to Add Value

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  • Spinning the Web

    Just as homes often have more than one remote control—one each for television, cable, DVD, and stereo for instance—many property management companies have different software for different functions.

  • Raising the Bar

    Property managers weigh such factors as occupancy rates and competitors’ pricing when setting rents, but the process often can be informal, sometimes combining market factors with a manager’s gut instinct. Enter revenue management software.