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P3: How They Impact University Infrastructure

P3: How They Impact University Infrastructure

Many Universities are deciding to choose the Public Private Partnership (P3) financing option available when solving their immediate need for student housing now without impacting their credit. While every financing structure is customized, typical P3s are a long-term...

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Trash Talk with Morgan: How to Choose a Trash Removal Plan

Trash Talk with Morgan: How to Choose a Trash Removal Plan

Servitas Development Manager Morgan Thomas shares his advice on how developers can choose a trash removal plan for their properties. Creating the right trash removal plan isn’t easy considering the average college student produces 640 pounds of solid waste per year....

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4 Ways to Use a Responsibility Matrix on Your Next Project

4 Ways to Use a Responsibility Matrix on Your Next Project

The use of a Responsibility Matrix is fundamental for keeping any project on track. Regardless of the size of the project, each team member greatly benefits from knowing what capacity they will serve in and the duties they must complete.  One of the best ways to begin...

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5 Top Trends in Student Housing

5 Top Trends in Student Housing

Universities are finding that they must increase the amenities offered in their student dwellings to attract and retain students. Our research shows the top 5 trends that students value in a student housing property. Servitas conducts surveys of students at colleges...

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Roommate Matching Magic. Do you know the secret?

Roommate Matching Magic. Do you know the secret?

Everyone has a college roommate matching story. Stories about the first roommate you were matched with seem to go one of two ways: either you and your roommate became lifelong friends, or your pairing could be used as source material for a movie called “Nightmare on...

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Parents: Conflict, Communication, and Student Housing

Parents: Conflict, Communication, and Student Housing

When you’re part of a residence hall’s staff, a phone call from a parent can be nerve-wracking. Dozens of questions go through your mind. Has a student been hurt? Are the parents aware of something you haven’t learned about yet? Did the property’s staff fail in some...

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