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MIT and Form Changing Furniture

The implications of shape shifting furniture is so immense I can hardly contain my excitement. MIT has taken dual purpose furniture to the next level with their Transform concept, i’m really excited to see this idea come to fruition. Besides tables that can form into a bowl, if this tech. was built into couches, chairs, and [...]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment Interiors,News,Technology
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Apartments in D.C.: City Market at O

Washington, D.C. has beautiful historic buildings, including apartment buildings that date back centuries, but those looking for a more modern apartment should train their sights to the newly constructed City Market at O. The building’s modern comfort is reflected in every aspect of its conception and execution, right down to the name. Designed to cater [...]

By  Sarah Wright
| Filed Under: Apartment Spotlight,News,Washington D.C.
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LocalTalk Receives Major Makeover

The New MyNewPlace Blog Upgraded and renovated, the MyNewPlace blog is more helpful than ever. The new site was released early this morning and like our newly launched mobile app, we’re expecting it to make a big splash. The new MyNewPlace blog is beautifully designed and houses hordes of helpful information designed to aid you [...]

By  Sarah Wright
| Filed Under: MyNewPlace News,News,Press Release

Apartments for Rent or Houses for Rent? – Today’s Rental Market

With the U.S. economic conditions steadily showing improvements, marketing to U.S. Regional Interests via Google’s Trends data helps to answer a prevailing question – “are more people interested in “apartments for rent” or “houses for rent”? Legend: Apartments for Rent (blue) Houses for Rent (red) From 2004 to 2013, both U.S. based keyword searches “apartments [...]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: News,Rent

Apartment Rental Lobbying to Change Next Year

NAA and NMHC Joint Legislative Program to End On Monday, the National Apartment Association and the National Multi Housing Council announced that they would end their Joint Legislative Program. The organizations announced the split in press releases on their respective websites. For the past 17 years, the NAA/NMHC Joint Legislative Program has represented the apartment [...]

By  localtalk
| Filed Under: News

Apartment Rentals Keep New Home Start Stats Up?

Getting to the bottom of headlines and statistics can sometime prove to be quite the laborious endeavor. For instance, in this morning’s Drudge Report, one of the headlines placed at the top of the page was “Housing Starts Unexpectedly Jump…”; the use of the ellipsis should prompt the reader “to do some further research.” The [...]

By  mattdichiara
| Filed Under: News

Apartment Industry Applauds Congressional Federal Housing Rescue Plan

The National Multi Housing Council (NMHC) and National Apartment Association’s (NAA) joint legislative program issued a statement in response to the Senate’s recent passage of H.R. 3221. The measure will now head to conference committee, which will produce a conference report that will be subject to a final floor vote in the House. According to [...]

By  mattdichiara
| Filed Under: News

Apartment Rental News Weekly Roundup: July 8, 2008

This week offers some very important news that could have a major effect on both the housing crisis and the apartment rental market. Shareholders fled from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac on Monday, possibly restricting those entities’ ability to further purchase and guarantee home loans. Also on Monday, the Senate invoked the second of the [...]

By  mattdichiara
| Filed Under: News