Was the April 23, 1994, in the middle of the Diada de Sant Jordi, when Espanyol claimed their last promotion, with a 4-0 against Cádiz in Sarrià. Since then, it adds 26 uninterrupted years in First, a feat that they have only emulated Real Madrid, Barcelona, Athletic Club and Valencia, since the rest of the teams have dropped at least once in this long quarter of a century. But the parakeets’ milestone is in danger as ever (with permission from Coro’s goal). With Raúl I hold maximum icon of this long stage on the field of play, in the offices the situation is fortunately very different from what was experienced in 1994, with internal fights and a trainers dance even higher than in the following decades, with only 18,000 members (approximately 50 percent less than now) and with a debt in absolute terms very similar to the one that will remain after the current capital increase, about 30 million euros, but that for the value of the time led to the sale of Sarrià and is now considered as an acceptable quantity. The key is not to descend, of course.And while Espanyol accessed Europe three times through its classification (two others were for having conquered the King’s Cup), such as last year or the extraordinary fourth place of the 1995-96 season, until seven times he really suffered to save the category: 1996-97, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2012-13 and 2015-16. Some, needless to say, saved by the bell. The big question that all parakeets are asking right now, in a long uncertainty due to the coronavirus, is if they can blow out the candles of the 27 years uninterrupted in First. DAILY AS & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Camacho and Abelardo, first and last technicians of Espanyol in these 26 years, when they were coach and player.DAILY AS (DAILY AS) Their twentieth position in the table, awaiting the outcome, makes them “transit the cornice”, an expression popularized by Miguel Ángel Brindisi, one of the 23 coaches that Espanyol have had in this period, almost one per year, and some in two stages: José Antonio Camacho, Pepe Carcelén, Vicente Miera, Paco Flores, Marcelo Bielsa, Brindisi, Juande Ramos, Ramon Moya, Javier Clemente, Luis Fernández, Miguel Ángel Lotina, Ernesto Valverde, Bartolomé ‘Tintín’ Márquez, José Manuel Esnal ‘Mané’, Mauricio Pochettino (the one who has led the most days at this time, 146), Javier Aguirre, Sergio González, Constantin Galca, Quique Sánchez Flores, David Gallego, Joan Francesc Ferrer ‘Rubi’ , Pablo Machín and Abelardo Fernández.To balance the balance, in this period five presidents have passed through the club –Francesc Perelló Picci, Dani Sánchez Llibre, Ramon Condal, Joan Collet and Chen Yansheng–, although it is true that four have happened in the last decade. In these 26 years, the parakeet has disputed 985 games in LaLiga since that last promotion, with 332 wins, 271 draws and 382 losses. Or what is the same, 1,253 points. And in three stadiums different.
The Next Wave of Single-Family Rentals September 13, 2016 596 Views One theme stressed in the Investment and Single-Family Rental Lab on Monday at the 13th Annual Five Star Conference and Expo is that the single-family rental market is not a niche—it is an asset class.And it is an asset class that is evolving, according to Lab Host Greg Rand, CEO of OwnAmerica. Rand’s portion of the lab discussed the “Third Wave” of single-family rentals, which is expected to be even more strategic, more lucrative, and include more participants for an asset class that has been around since the 18th century but seen some unprecedented innovations in the last decade.“I think the industry is going to continue to mature and evolve,” said Kevin Ortner, CEO of Renters Warehouse and a speaker in the lab. “What I think we’re going through now in the SFR space is what the apartment and multifamily world went through in the late ‘80s. Before the late ‘80s, apartment buildings were owned by individual owners. They weren’t owned by institutions and REITs. The opportunity presented itself in the late ‘80s, and multifamily was determined to be a legitimate asset class. I think we’re seeing that now in the SFR space. We’re going to see the industry mature, and we’re going to see larger national players and more sophisticated regional players in the space but just more tools and technology to deliver that consistency that we want.”The large funds bought Class A and B and C properties and are culling through and getting rid of B and C properties because they want to operate A properties, according to Lab Director Tim Herriage, CEO of 2020 REI Companies.“(With Class A properties), vacancy rates are less, maintenance costs are less, turnover is less. . .it’s just like an A-Class multifamily. What I’m seeing in the market is that some of the smaller, mid-cap funds and partnerships are buying up some of the Bs and the Cs, and so the little guys, for example, over here in Dallas are going out to Tyler. Because you can buy even a Class A out there and get a 9 or a 10 cap. We’re already seeing cap rate compression in single-family rentals, and that’s probably the thing that confuses the market the most right now. You see a portfolio of Class A properties trade at an 8 cap, and then the next person puts out a portfolio of half As and Bs at and 8 cap, but then trade at that.”Ortner believes that the SFR space is going to grow, and more opportunities within that space are going to present themselves to investors. The homeownership rate, which is currently at a five-decade low even though the market is hot and people are buying homes, indicates that “people are buying more than one house. We’re seeing ordinary mom and pop investors that live in a home but then decide they want to get into this and they buy one or two more houses.”In addition, Ortner said the country is shifting toward becoming a “renter nation” with the growing number of people renting single-family homes (currently about 13 million and expected to increase by another three and a half million by 2020).Speakers at the lab included Herriage, Rand, Ortner, Michael Calhoun of RentMoji, Wally Charnoff of RentRange, James Easley of Truly Noble Services, Mike Hayward of Auction Operations, Xome, John Helmick of Gorilla Capital, Keith Hemmer of Alacrity Services, Alex Hemani of Alna Properties, Glen Mather of NuView IRA, Sommer Myers of First Team Real Estate, Shea Pallante of Civic Financial Services, Jeff Pintar of Pintar Investment Company, Keith Ramsden of Main Street Renewal, Randy Robertson of Blackrock, Jeremy Sicklick of HouseCanary, D’Arcy Young of Residential Recovery Partners, and Nathan Vannatter of ASONS.The Five Star Institute is the parent company of MReport and TheMReport.com. Single Family Rental Market 2016-09-13 Seth Welborn in Daily Dose, Headlines, News Share