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More stories about Security

  • Make It Safe

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Fighting crime in a community sometimes begins when a developer walks up to the door of a resident and knocks.

  • Security First

    Security measures are likely to save you more than peace of mind even if no crime is ever committed on your property.

  • Guard Duty

    Security measures are likely to save you more than peace of mind even if no crime is ever committed on your property. Residents who feel safe at your apartment complex are less likely to move.

  • Developers Choose Swaps for Security

    Swaps have taken over from caps as the first choice of price-conscious borrowers using loans funded by tax-exempt bonds.

  • Tapping a Larger Renter Pool

    The nation’s homeownership rate has declined to its lowest level since 2003, and foreclosures nearly doubled in September 2007 as compared with September 2006.

  • Toolbox

    Transport; job-site security

  • DeWalt's Sitelock Alarm

    If tools have a habit of walking off your sites, you may want to consider this system.

  • NCHM offers CD-ROM security guides

    The National Center for Housing Management (NCHM) is releasing two CD-ROM training courses this summer that will help apartment managers prepare and respond to security threats.

  • Ins and outs of adding household members to a tax credit unit

    In this issue: Correct procedures to add a family member in a tax credit unit; units set aside for security officers; and an update on transfers between buildings based on reasonable accommodations.

  • Computers: Spies, Lies, and Staying Safe Online

    Protecting your PC from spyware