What to Do (and Not Do) About Homelessness
SAN FRANCISCO—Ms. Real Estate shares her thoughts on the Do's and Don'ts on how to approach the homeless.Read More
My Bread and Butter Comes from the Retail Sector
SAN FRANCISCO—Millennials are already changing office and multifamily, but how are they impacting retail? Ms. Real Estate shares what she sees.Read More
Mighty Micros or a Pest in Disguise?
SAN FRANCISCO—Micro apartments seem to be the next big (or small) thing, but are they really worth the investment? Ms. Real Estate weighs in.Read More
Trading Out of a Techno-Turmoil
SAN FRANCISCO—The internet has one shopping center manager fumbling for answers on how to lease out his space. Ms. Real Estate takes a look at the options.Read More
Fine-Tuning a Multifamily Foothold
SAN FRANCISCO—A developer can invest in one of two multifamily projects, either near the CBD or in an emerging suburb. But the market is unfamiliar. How would Ms. Real Estate go about the decision?Read More
Am I Leasing or Am I Losing?
SAN FRANCISCO—What should you take from a first job leasing a new multifamily when the salary has you feeling left behind? Ms. Real Estate offers her advice.Read More
Drifting Towards a Legacy Limbo
A successful developer is looking for the best way to provide for his family when he steps down from his company. What does Ms. Real Estate recommend?Read More
(Mis)Managing a Companion Complex
SAN FRANCISCO—An operator of a multifamily unit is losing money, and thinks the no-pets policy might be to blame. What does Ms. Real Estate have to say?Read More
Open Floor to Open Revolt?
SAN FRANCISCO—Should one business owner open his office to more collaborative space to attract and retain new talent, even though it means some older employees may balk? Ms. Real Estate has the answer.Read More
Considering the Collegiate Condo
SAN FRANCISCO—A father wants thinks it might be wise to invest in a condo for his son's time at college. Is it time for Ms. Real Estate to give him an education?Read More