Bimonthly trade publication features news and information for real estate management professionals, with topics addressed in various issues including industry trends and outlook, business management, building operations, property maintenance, technology and software, and legislative and regulatory issues. Journal preview and table of contents for current and past digital editions is available online.
Occupational outlook handbook provides job outlook and wage information for personnel employed in this occupational category, with job duties performed by these personnel including leasing space and collecting lease payments, paying bills and maintaining financial records, dealing with tenant issues, and arranging for property maintenance, landscaping, trash removal, security, and other services.
Market analysis report provides industry statistics for a user-defined area on a national, state, county, metro area, or zip code level, with data provided including number of companies, market volume and sales trends, average company sales, sales per employee, staffing and employment trends, average employee wage, and business start up activity and failure rates. Sample report can be viewed online.
Annual financial benchmarking surveys provide detailed income and expense information for residential and commercial properties on a national, regional, and metropolitan area basis, with properties covered separately in individual reports including conventional apartments, federally assisted apartments, office buildings, retail shopping centers, and condominiums, cooperatives, and planned unit developments.
Financial benchmarking section of this report provides an analysis of industry income and expenses as a percentage of revenue by major category (e.g., purchases, wages, depreciation, marketing, rent, utilities, other costs, and earnings before interest and taxes) for the most recent year and line graphs indicating trends for each category over the past five years. Sample report can be viewed free online.
Profile and Compensation Study, ARM® Edition
Triennial compensation study provides compensation and fringe benefits information for accredited residential managers based on educational background, years of management experience, type of property managed (e.g., conventional apartments, federally assisted housing, single-family homes, manufactured home parks, and senior housing), number of units managed, and geographic region.
Profile and Compensation Study, CPM® Edition
Triennial compensation study provides compensation and fringe benefits information for commercial property managers based on education level, management experience, type of organization, type of property managed (e.g., office buildings, retail properties, medical office buildings, research parks, warehouses, self-storage facilities, and industrial properties), portfolio size, and geographic region.
Annual compensation survey provides salary, bonus, and employee benefits information for personnel employed in this sector, with survey results broken out by company size based on total employment, company type (e.g., public, private), product specialization, geographic region, and metropolitan area. Summary data for executive, office/industrial, residential, and retail job positions is available online.
Annual compensation survey provides base salary and bonus information for over 150 job positions by company size, type, specialization, and region, with job positions covered in the property management section including top executive, vice president, regional manager, senior manager, manager (Levels I - IV), on-site administrator, and concierge. Job descriptions for these positions are available free online.
Online database provides salary and bonus information for property management job positions, with compensation
data available by geographic region (e.g., Northeast, Midwest, South, West), job type, building type
(e.g., office, commercial, retail, medical, educational, government, and industrial), level
of education, facility square footage range, and annual facility operations and maintenance budget.