While proprietary data systems were favored in the past, the industry is gravitating toward a data-sharing model, knowing that the ability to integrate data enhances the capabilities of the provider and operator. And yes, pet and assistance animal information is part of the mix.
The impact of pets on resident satisfaction, fixing the package overflow problem, what Porsche can teach us about property management, getting buildings ready for a Covid winter, the never ending rent control battle and the impact of Covid on renters vs. homeowners make up this week’s multifamily industry headlines.
November rent payments, meeting goals with ancillary revenue, preventative maintenance for the holidays, young renters moving back home, Trump’s Fannie and Freddie plans at risk and how the pandemic is hampering apartment construction headline this week’s Industry Trends Report.
This week’s top multifamily stories include operational lessons from the pandemic that are now best practices, increasing multifamily salaries, responding to negative reviews, the impact of ground-floor grocers on asset value, the NYC rent slip and the most popular cities for millennials.
Building a CRM playbook, implementing new technologies in a scaled back manner, dealing with more support animal accommodation requests, suburban apartment growth, affordable housing opportunities and Gen Z fitness preferences headline this edition of the Industry Trends Report.
A CRM is a tool that allows multifamily operators to organize and manage interactions with prospects and current residents across communication channels. The playbook is a comprehensive plan devised by the operator to guide a leasing team’s use of the CRM.
Solutions to diversity challenges, connectivity and comfort in a COVID world, the problem with in-house review responses, the survival of apartment construction, the importance of socializing to Gen Z and Las Vegas’ rent payment problem headline this week’s multifamily news.
The growing package problem, mass timber adoption for multifamily community development, the value of pet data, falling rents in major metros, surging lumber prices and NMHC’s take on the affordability crisis make up this week’s top headlines.
Creating a path for inclusion, the student housing rebound, data that increases asset value, trending changes among renters and owners, mom-and-pop managers feeling the squeeze and more make up this week’s top news stories in Multifamily.
Developers consider properties in other sectors, the operations changes that are here to stay post pandemic, and recovering lost revenue through pets are among this week’s topic stories.