I want to thank Eric Wu from Rentwiki for the comment below. The lawsuit was settled out of court. We actually have the update over at mbrewergoup.
This is one to follow my friends and with so many far reaching consequences, it should be interesting. I will do my best to post the progress of the mediation and any subsequent actions that come out of it.
The following video/blog posts were a very last minute idea I had right before the holidays for one of our student properties. The timing was a bit off given they were preparing for finals and their annual holiday trip back home. We only received two entries and they both arrived on the final day of the contest. I have to admit my expectations were not flying high but when I watched the entries for the first time, I got stoked about the future use of video in our operation.
The quality is marginal and in the same respect in adds a great deal of authenticity. I cried with laughter as I watched this one;
And, this one brought a smile to my face;
Given that we operate under the mantra of fail faster than anyone else, we felt fine getting them uploaded and posted. Now we have a position to move from and are collaborating the next promotion with a couple of our fanatical residents.
Here is a link to the community blog we have up and running Brookside Apartments.
It bummed me out as I really wanted to add to the conversation. It also made me wonder why a blog would not allow comments. Maybe there is a very good reason that I am just not aware of and in the same respect I have a hard time thinking it's a good thing.
If anyone from ApartmentSearch by Cort is reading please let me know the thought process behind the decision to close off the comments. I am just curious.