Author: Sandy Apgar
Sandy Apgar advises senior executives and board members on real estate strategy and management. An award-winning consultant, author, and public official, he is a long-serving ULI member and ULI Foundation governor, and has been the chair of three ULI product councils.
Articles by Sandy Apgar
- Tips from the PPP Playbook
Published on December 10, 2012 in Development
How developers and government agencies make public/private partnerships succeed.
- A “P3” Manifesto
Published on July 19, 2012 in Development
It takes vision and true collaboration to derive the full potential of public/private partnerships.
- Opinion: Restructuring Your Real Estate Information
Published on March 20, 2012 in Market Trends
Do you have all the information you need to run your business? Many organizations have spent heavily on information technology and incurred substantial risks—yet they still do not have the information they need. Ask yourself these five questions.
- Recasting Your Real Estate Strategy
Published on December 13, 2011 in Development
Strategy is your organization's guide to long-term success. If the recession and uncertainty have clouded your current strategy, consider recasting it both for short-term survival and for long-term sustainment.
- Revitalizing Your Real Estate Organization
Published on October 11, 2011 in Development
The real estate industry, especially in America, has been built through entrepreneurship. But the current recession, with its inevitable downsizing and mergers, sapped the drive that propels entrepreneurs to succeed. In the first of three articles on topics of central importance to leaders of real estate enterprises large and small, read about five initiatives that can recharge and refocus your team.
- Real Estate Firms of the Future—Today
Published on May 03, 2011 in Market Trends
Despite the fragility of the economic recovery and the serious challenges that loom ahead, this is a rare moment to be either at the top or at the bottom of the real estate industry stack. It is those in the middle who are being squeezed. Read about the five elements that will define the real estate firm of the future.