The top storylines in multifamily this week are boosting renewals with automation, strategies for community building, the importance of reliable connectivity, multifamily construction continues to increase, the future of leasing tech and becoming pet-inclusive.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using tech for more efficient construction, why centralization is not one-size-fits-all, empowering teams with proptech, using mushrooms to decarbonize construction waste, Q3 multifamily data and the cost of pet waste.
In a big-picture sense, homes have been built the same way for 2,000 years. Over time, innovations have been developed to attempt to change the way we build—particularly to move away from wood-framed construction. But none of those technologies have necessarily taken hold.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are portfolio evaluation for centralization, the importance of technology partners, driving resident retention, human-trafficking education, construction delays continue in multifamily and customizing renters insurance to increase compliance.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are raising the bar on apartment searches, development in historic neighborhoods, pet-friendly vs. pet-inclusive, college-town apartments flourish, helping minority developers scale up and increased interest in active-adult communities.
The Atlanta rental market is expected to remain strong due to a healthy economy, a lower cost of living, good demographic trends, and positive rent growth, according to a midyear multifamily report for the metro from Berkadia.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are changing resident lifestyles, balancing proptech and people, celebrating fall with residents, opportunities beyond the Sun Belt, is adaptive reuse the next big thing and pet waste harms maintenance efficiency.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are utilizing technology for renters insurance compliance, quiet quitting, boosting fitness center usage, record apartment construction in 2022, supply chain issues subsiding and the growing Sun Belt market.
One thing the pandemic taught us (as if we needed the lesson): People need community. They want to meet their neighbors, and they want to spend time with them. Developers and managers know they need to provide community-building amenities if they want to attract renters by choice.
Floor Trends recently caught up with Real Floors Inc. CEO Adam Brookner, President Matt Gilbreth and Chief Customer Officer Lyn Jacobs to learn more about what’s in store for the merged venture and their outlook on the multifamily market.