As more communities become pet-friendly, operators have started tapping tech solutions to address some of the pain points that accompany being pet-friendly and enhance the experience for pet owners, non-pet owners and onsite teams alike.
Addison Partners, a real estate investment firm focused on acquiring well-located multifamily properties in strategic growth markets in the Southeast, today announced it has sold Sharlton Manor Apartments, a 57-unit apartment community in Hickory, N.C. The buyer and the sales price were not disclosed.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are automation and centralization, getting ready for EV charging, avoiding team burnout, tight market brings bidding wars to multifamily, the increase of ESG in multifamily and paying rent to evicted residents.
Requiring proof of renters insurance is standard procedure when a new resident signs a lease. Regardless of their proof of insurance at the time of move-in, many residents either cancel or choose to let it lapse, figuring they can live without it and cut an additional cost, or simply forget to renew it.
The decision by all major auto manufacturers to offer EVs and PHEVs in affordable, midsize, and luxury models has driven up appeal, meaning EV charging stations are beginning to shift from amenity to necessity.
Grace Hill, an innovator of talent and customer management solutions for multifamily real estate, announces the 2022 Impact Hero Awards program, an annual recognition of both people and organizations for building relationships, helping others in need and making a positive impact in their communities.
In his position, Moreno will engage with some of Xeal’s largest enterprise clients, as well as oversee reseller and distribution relationships. Moreno brings to Xeal more than 15 years of experience in tech, sales growth, marketing, operations, and multifamily and commercial real estate.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are dog breed’s minimal effect on behavior, labor shortages for leasing and maintenance teams, preparation for the 2022 hurricane season, office designs that help with lease conversions, and having bots deliver bad news.
Resident Interface, the only comprehensive revenue recovery management solution designed for multifamily owner/operators, today announced that Jeff Gartland was named President of Hunter Warfield. His focus will be delivering the highest professional and ethical standards to resolve clients’ receivables.
Engrain today announced that LCP Media, a national visual media technology company, has integrated with SightMap to give property leasing teams a simple and automated way to create, manage and promote unit-level virtual tours within the TourBuilder platform.