Among the top storylines in multifamily this week: NMHC Annual Meeting proves to be a new beginning, the top considerations when selecting an access control system, the vast benefits of building a strengths-based multifamily organization, a report says multifamily and single-family rentals will continue to thrive, Boomers are retiring to more places than the Sun Belt and multifamily’s embrace of QR codes.
Mill Creek Residential today announced the start of preleasing at Modera Founders Row and Verso Founders Row, two distinct apartment communities that are part of Founders Row, a mixed-use lifestyle center in the heart of Falls Church.
SB 1157—a new California Senate Bill—requires operators of multifamily units in California that receive federal, state or local subsidies to offer each resident in a subsidized apartment home the option of having their rental payments reported to a major credit bureau.
Ashcroft Capital today announced its acquisition of Elliot Roswell (formerly River Crossing at Roswell), a garden-style apartment community in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell. Birchstone Residential, Ashcroft Capital’s in-house property management company, has assumed management of the community.
LMC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lennar Corporation and a leader in apartment development and management, today announced the start of preleasing at Triangle Square Apartments, a luxury mixed-use apartment community in the popular Bucktown neighborhood of northern Chicago.
Multifamily is beginning to realize the operational benefits of technology solutions and third-party services to free up onsite teams to perform the jobs they were hired for. A new revenue recovery process built with automation and integration better positions operators to mitigate the risk of bad debt.
Property managers have a number of options when it comes to access control technology. But not every product fits every community, or every purpose. Operators need to consider the function and flexibility required for optimal access control, and to maintain the integrity of their property.
The strength-based approach often yields immediate dividends. Without trying to mold themselves into something they aren’t—like the quarterback trying to play linebacker—associates are often more enthused, productive and authentic just being themselves.
This week’s top multifamily headlines: building and developing the right teams, mitigating disaster with smart home tech, self-guided tour best practices, the FHFA’s extension of the eviction moratorium, property management labor issues persist and supporting the contactless community.
From parking to patios, storage to poolside seating, space is finite at multifamily properties. Because square footage is directly linked to revenue at apartment communities, it is critical to leverage each inch of real estate and maximize the return on investment (ROI).