This week’s top storylines in multifamily include: the continued growth of chatbots, reasons affordable housing will thrive, California Senate Bill 1157, Gen Z looking to buy, the multifamily opportunity in aging office parks and the increase in apartment price.
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Among the top storylines in multifamily this week: NMHC Annual Meeting proves to be a new beginning, the top considerations when selecting an access control system, the vast benefits of building a strengths-based multifamily organization, a report says multifamily and single-family rentals will continue to thrive, Boomers are retiring to more places than the Sun Belt and multifamily’s embrace of QR codes.
This week’s top multifamily headlines: building and developing the right teams, mitigating disaster with smart home tech, self-guided tour best practices, the FHFA’s extension of the eviction moratorium, property management labor issues persist and supporting the contactless community.
Kasa, a national flexible accommodations provider, today announced that real estate veterans Jordan Calaguire and Aaron Anderson have joined the real estate team as Head of Revenue and Head of Multifamily Strategy & Partnership, respectively.
Till’s Credit Builder reduces complexity for property managers by handling all interaction with the credit bureaus and taking on the compliance risk of reporting their renters’ payment history. It’s a hassle-free solution for landlords. Till offers rent reporting alongside its full suite of services.
The top storylines in multifamily this week: vertical integration benefits, challenging the fee myth, study finds renters moving to larger apartments, workforce housing set to get a boost, development outlook on the mend and the necessity of high-speed Internet.
The biggest news in multifamily this week: how short-term rentals have adapted, the state of lead sourcing in multifamily, the right tech to maximize ROI, the impact of remote work on housing, construction delays due to high prices and scarce resources and apartment dwellers choosing not to move.
Brickstone Partners, a full-service real estate investment and development firm located in Nashville, Tenn., today announced the $81 million acquisition and renovation of 288 units comprised of the Landmark and Stone Creek apartment communities adjacent to Colorado State University.
The most important multifamily news of the week: leasing lessons learned during the pandemic, event opportunities this spring, single-family rental operators becoming common buyers of new homes, rent prices show largest jump in April since 2017, NAHB asks Biden administration to address lumber costs, and investors are walking away from ‘walkability.’
This week’s top storylines in multifamily: trends in post-pandemic rental housing, consumer demand for environmentally conscious designs, the nuances of assistance animals in rental housing revealed, smart rent goes public in $2.2 billion merger, developers struggling with lumber prices and an increase in demand for multifamily professionals.