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  • In the News

    Insurer wins Katrina case; Rhode Island toughens registration rules; Wisconsin limits impact fees; building costs rise; more

  • Keep Your License Current

    The California Supreme Court recently made a decision that I personally disagree with. Does the court care what I think? I'm sure it doesn't. Do you care? Well, you should — even if you're in another state — because if you don't keep your license current, you could face the same problem as the...

  • Personal Guaranty of Business Debt

    Most credit applications contain a personal guaranty. In this one, it's clearly spelled out in item No. 4, but in some cases it's buried in a longer document and written in language that makes it hard for the applicant to understand just what he's agreeing to.

  • Sec. 202 development preserved at Kirby Manor

    Cleveland—Before it was rescued by National Church Residences (NCR), the Villa St. Rose of Kirby Manor (Kirby Manor) was headed straight to default and eventually to the auction block.

  • AFT Index emerges from Street tumble with minor bruises

    Despite strong downward pressures from the broader markets for the session ended June 15, 2006, 

  • Allocating Risk With "Additional Insureds"

    You're starting to get contracts on bigger and bigger jobs, even — can you believe it? — government contracts. Good for you. But it's important to know what you're getting into: These contracts may contain terms you don't typically see on smaller jobs.

  • More borrowers opt for defeasance

    As interest rates and operating expenses rise, more apartment owners are using defeasance of their securitized mortgages to tap trapped equity and refinance before rates get too high.

  • Making e-payments pay

    Apartment Investment and Management Co. (AIMCO) is getting double benefits from adopting electronic payment systems: residents get more options for payment of rent and other fees, and AIMCO’s leasing staff gets to focus on filling properties and pro

  • Apartment outlook bright for 2006

    In a lively discussion before an audience of more than 100 developers and owners from around the nation, Apartment Finance Today magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board painted a positive picture of the outlook for multifamily housing in 2006.

  • Letters

    Borate-treated lumber; illegal day laborers; slanted-news charge; of lawyers and engineers