There is a major shift taking place in the real estate management profession, a blurring of lines between the traditional definitions of property management and asset management. A number of factors have contributed to this change, to the emergence of what has been called Property Management 2.0.
First, there was the transition in the real estate investment market through the recession from a business in which transactions tended to generate the highest return on inve
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