It’s no secret that maintaining a pristine curb appeal greatly influences a community’s reputation and digital curb appeal. After all, residents will express both their pleasure and displeasure in online reviews, and those reviews carry enough weight to either attract or repel prospects.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the difference between pet-friendly and pet-inclusive, rebranding in 2023, centralization preferences and playbooks, the changing rules of operating efficiency, upcoming trends and tech and the best metros to make money in multifamily.
Rebranding can be an emotional transition. This week we are joined by Beth Tuttle, senior vice president of marketing for Quarterra, who tells us more about her company’s rebrand and how, at the end of the process, it’s truly a labor of love.
While most rental housing operators do allow some pets, there is clearly a significant disconnect between operators and pet-owning renters. There are very simple reasons for this disconnect: abundant breed restrictions, significant size and pets-per-unit restrictions, and ever-increasing pet fees.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in premier rental housing across the U.S., today announced it has broken ground on Modera Parkside, a luxury mixed-use apartment community near Atlanta’s esteemed Piedmont Park.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are successful EV charger installation, how e-commerce can help property managers, technology’s impact in multifamily in 2023, addressing supply chain issues, rent control measures in 2023 and the multifamily outlook for the next year.
Quarterra Multifamily and QuadReal Property Group have broken ground on their third multifamily project together in the Seattle area. The joint venture completed the subsurface work and started vertical construction on The Piper Apartments, which is expected to see its first move-ins in mid-2024.
Today, SVN | SFR Capital Management (“SVN | SFR”), a private commercial real estate investment firm dedicated to the single-family Build-for-Rent (BFR) housing sector, announced its partnership with property technology solutions provider, SmartRent.
The surge of new electric vehicles (EV) coming to market has triggered waves of changing tenant and consumer behaviors. A recent report by NMHC/Grace Hill found that 27% of renters are interested in locations with available EV charging stations and would pay $30.00 more per month for this amenity.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using automation for retention, helping associates face change, improving apartments for remote workers, people are looking to move, hiring property management and multifamily helping the homeless.