The top storylines in multifamily this week are assistance animals, co-living and micro units, ten women to watch in multifamily, eviction automation, IoT, flexible rent payments, migration trends and development, Generation Renter and job openings rise in multifamily.
Property managers are expected to flawlessly run point on evictions in addition to the myriad of responsibilities already on their plates. Automated solutions integrated with your property management system can handle all eviction paperwork, ensuring compliance throughout the process.
Mystery shops are crucial in the multifamily industry, helping teams understand the customer experience from beginning to end. BetterBot and Ellis Partners, acquired by Grace Hill in 2022, have created a solution that helps more thoroughly evaluate a prospective consumer shopping experience.
To raise the visibility of women in all facets of the multifamily industry, Multifamily Executive is highlighting 10 leaders who are making a difference in the industry. While we share their stories on advancing the industry, they also share valuable advice for their peers and those coming up in the industry.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are pet restrictions, outdoor amenity conversions, transit-oriented development, proptech challenges, selecting the right chatbot, variable-capacity tech for HVAC, construction report, housing affordability and criminal background checks.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the Atlanta market, the perils of “unbroken” solutions, millennials and renting, being hardware agnostic, renewals, website accessibility, headwinds and tailwinds in multifamily, rising rents and construction surges.
Operators are seeking solutions that create convenience, reduce redundancies and establish single-source hubs to streamline operations. Multiple system logins have proven inefficient and problematic, turning property managers toward software that pairs with multiple hardware lines.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are rent reporting to credit bureaus, smoke-free apartments, net operating income, flexible rent payments, app tech that drives resident retention, ChatGPT uses and risks, construction soars, higher-income renters increasing and student housing rent growth.
Today’s prospective renter experience barely resembles the traditional model deployed in recent decades. It is now fully mobile and self-sufficient, and empowers renters with more control over the process from Day 1. So why does the post-move-in resident app experience often become so convoluted?
Momentum is growing among public officials, as well as members of the apartment industry, that residents who pay their rents on time and in full should see a corresponding benefit to their credit histories. Less than 10% of renters currently see payment history reflected in their credit histories.