The top storylines in multifamily this week are the nationwide changes to parking, effective pet policies, helping CRE portfolios thrive, resident retention, online reviews and marketing, holiday events and social media, veterans and CRE careers, building housing near transit revival and the changing weather.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are revolutionizing delinquency solutions, capturing the attention of renters, talent and supply chain issues, parking and reputation, digital marketing strategy, resident retention, renter preferences, the battle over service fees and owners doing more with less.
Recent advancements in digital technology have altered the way renters search for apartments. From the first search to the signing of a lease, many apartment prospects are shedding a “digital-first” approach and embracing a “digital-only” strategy when looking for their next home.
For perhaps the most accurate depiction of what to expect in the coming years, they can examine the student housing sector. These students represent the next wave of conventional renters, after all, so their unique preferences and behaviors should not be overlooked.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are parking pain points, creating a self-starter culture, amenities and events for all generations, digital natives and the rental journey, digital foundation, fraudulent documents, Amazon requiring employees to relocate and the migration to high-risk areas.
The apartment search process has morphed drastically. It’s not enough to smile when a prospect walks through the door. Communities need to appeal to potential renters long before the tour takes place, and they need to embrace and strategically leverage a mix of digital platforms to reach their audience.
There are numerous multifamily properties that can’t even supply parking to all their residents, let alone offer dedicated guest parking. And shrinking parking ratios in multifamily are only exacerbating the problem. The only option is to find a solution that lets you optimize your parking spaces.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are assistance animals, corporate wellness, hotel-style amenities, development technology, proptech, online reviews, homeownership drops, mental health construction and why the future of multifamily is in good hands.
Grace Hill, the innovator of customer management solutions for multifamily real estate, today announced the launch of text/SMS survey delivery for KingsleySurveys. This new delivery option enables multifamily property managers to increase the number of survey responses from campaigns.
As climate change and other environmental challenges continue to take center stage, more and more apartment operators are talking about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors and how to create more comprehensive ESG practices within their organizations.