The electric vehicle movement is speeding up, making significant gains over the last several years. The industry, however, faces an uphill battle with the availability of reliable chargers for owners. The team at Xeal is solving for this issue.
Quarterra Multifamily has begun construction on a 256-unit community in Boston’s Allston, Mass., neighborhood. Harper, located at 40 Rugg Road, is designed to achieve a LEED Gold certification. The community will include two rooftop decks and 11,000 square feet of green space.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are giving a warm welcome to new hires, the new customer experience, the power of tech, renters and the 2022 elections, the coming multifamily down cycle and promoting responsible pet ownership.
During the 2022 Apartmentalize session, “Boosting Property Value Through Water and Energy Efficiency,” industry experts discussed the ways that they are confronting higher costs and even boosting revenue by making small changes onsite that make a big difference to the bottom line.
Data in the 2022 NMHC/Grace Hill Renter Preferences Report found that 27 percent of respondents were interested in electric car charging stations, up from 25 percent in 2020. The respondents also said they would pay more in rent for this amenity–an additional $28.12 per month.
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.
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.
Trilogy Real Estate Group, a Chicago-based real estate investment, property management and development firm, earned national recognition as a top property management company in the National Apartment Association 2022 NAA Top Employers award program for the second consecutive year.
CRMs are already critical to customer service, but operators can benefit even further by utilizing some key integrations that will be the difference between employing a good leasing strategy and an exceptional leasing strategy. Operators are now experimenting with new tools that enhance its capabilities.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are responsible pet ownership, tips from top leasing managers, shifts in apartment searching, technology’s effect on communities, commercial real estate pitching and amenities vs. home offices in a high-cost environment.