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Do your required fire extinghishers have plastic handles?  There has been one death already reported and recalls have been issued.  Make sure your extinguishers are not on the list.
Aimco is taking legal action to hold AirBnB accountable.  VAMA will keep an eye on the case and keep you in the loop.
Ever thought about what will happen to all the malls in the country that are closing?  Some developers are finding creative uses for clossed big box retail spaces.
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Build Your Skills
A Forbes article challenges the climate of "culture hiring".  Hiring people who you think "fit" reduces innovation and productivity and can open you up to potential illegal hiring practices.
A new startup is targeting millennials and could cut into your furnished apartment income.
Do people ever try to tell you that apartments cause crime, traffic and general trouble - now we have the information to backup what we all know.  Apartments make neighborhoods better!
Nearly 1 in 5 Virginia residents will be over 65 by 2030.  Your communities will need to compete with senior housing to remain relevant.  Check out what some senior communities are doing now.
Calendar Highlights
 
   

CVAA 9/20/17 Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Tech (CAMT)
RLRAC 11/13/17 Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) Slam
CVAA 11/14/17 Morning Coffee Meeting
NRVAC 11/15/17 Breakfast Social
CVAA 11/16/17 Finding Balance Seminar
CVAA 11/16/17 Fair Housing Certification (Fredericksburg)
HRAC 11/17/17 Morning Coffee Meeting
CVAA 11/17/17 Community Service Day
VRHC 11/28/17 Morning Motivator - Waynesboro
CVAA 11/28/17 Fair Housing Certification
CVAA 11/29/17 Protecting Your Brand Online.   Featured below!  Don't miss this dynamic speaker!
BRAC 11/30/17 Fair Housing Certification
RLRAC 12/05/17 Holiday Cocktail Party (Lynchburg)
VAMA 12/5/17 CAPS Credential
NRVAC 12/6/17 Holiday Banquet & Awards
CVAA 12/12/17 Holiday Cocktail Party
BRAC 12/14/2017 Prestige Awards
HRAC 12/19/17 Holiday Cocktail Party

  
Protecting your Brand Online
Your Brand is Important - Protect it and Protect yourself.
November 29, 2017 at the VAMA Offices - space is limited to 30 so sign up today!

Erica Campbell Byrum is a real estate marketing expert with more than twelve years of experience and is:
Co-author of Youtility for Real Estate
Recipient of the 2014 PR News Social Media MVP Award
2015 Sarah Malone Award Winner

Erica Byrum is a well-regarded speaker at both national and state apartment associations. Byrum is responsible for developing and managing the corporate social media road map and has pioneered ForRent’s strategic social media path through the launch of Social Concierge, a complete social media management, reputation management, and resident retention offering.

Use the link below and register today!  Your Reputation Depends on It!
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Keyper Systems
Development News
The Fulton Hill area of Richmond saw a groundbreaking for a $40 Million mixed income community.
Stony Point Fashion Park gets its 2nd apartment community after delays due to injunctions.
Locavore, farmer's markets, fresh produce delivered to your door - one Central Virginia housing development will be centered around a professionally managed farm - will apartment development follow suit?
The Shops at High Street along with residential space sold to 3 different buyers.
A study shows that the area around Tanglewood Mall could absorb as many as 1,000 new apartments.
Old Phelps Road School could become apartments.
High paying jobs accent need for more upscale multifamily development in Richmond.
Along with a Williams Sonoma and a Pottery Barn, the next phase of Town Center will have more apartments too.