Several years ago, some might have concluded that suburban, garden-style apartment communities were on the wane. I’ve always been a believer in this product type, but there was a lot of talk about the growing popularity of high- and mid-rise apartments in infill locations.
There are currently about 6 million people in the United States behind on their lease payments, and they owe an average of $2,250 each, according to the latest data from the Census Household Pulse Survey. That’s about $13.5 billion of income that should be in the bank accounts of owner/operators.
More packages arrive each day at apartment communities, overflowing lockers and storage facilities and making a mess of common areas. Unfortunately, residents feel that urgency first-hand in the form of daily calls, texts, emails and resident portal reminders to pick up their packages.
Pets and pet poop are a way of life in rental housing and if you want your rentals fully leased, pet owners are a key tenant demographic you want to keep and apartment pet poop DNA testing can be the key with pooprints.com. Poo Prints is now servicing over 6,000 communities in six countries.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are leasing automation, the multifamily pipeline, preferred amenities, rent growth slows, hot markets in 2022, and pet tech.
Over the last few years, apartment operators have been reexamining the health and safety procedures they currently have in place. And one of the biggest issues that keeps surfacing and requires more attention is how to solve the unscooped pet waste problem at apartment communities.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer and operator specializing in premier rental communities across the U.S., today announced the upcoming additions of three new restaurants from Happy Endings Hospitality (HEH) Group to Founders Row.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer and operator specializing in premier rental communities across the U.S., today announced the upcoming restaurant addition of Ellie Bird to Founders Row, a luxury mixed-use community situated in the heart of Falls Church.
Automation has become a hot topic within multifamily. As its functionality has proven to be an asset to modern leasing strategies, its use is only going to ramp up. After all, automation technology simplifies and maximizes the leasing process for both customers and onsite teams.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are nontraditional data giving operators an advantage, maximizing your CRM with automation, real estate technology to think about in 2022, the hazards of pet waste, skyrocketing apartment demand, rent growth from pandemic migration.