Automation has become a hot topic within multifamily. As its functionality has proven to be an asset to modern leasing strategies, its use is only going to ramp up. After all, automation technology simplifies and maximizes the leasing process for both customers and onsite teams.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are nontraditional data giving operators an advantage, maximizing your CRM with automation, real estate technology to think about in 2022, the hazards of pet waste, skyrocketing apartment demand, rent growth from pandemic migration.
With apartment leasing and living becoming more tech-driven and digital-centric than ever before, operators must stay on the cutting edge of technology to find new ways of enhancing, optimizing and automating their leasing strategies.
The biggest multifamily storylines this week: allowing renters to pay more flexibly, cultivating culture, welcoming more pets for business reasons, status of emergency rental assistance, multifamily investment volume in the south and Twitter’s acquisition of Quill.
The multifamily storylines that matter: Flexible rent payment taking center stage, a record year for adaptive reuse, self-guided tours changing for single-family, the abundance of capital for multifamily, the next phase of the amenity wars and rent growth continues.
A new era of apartment leasing and living is upon us. From self-service leasing and smart home technology to the industry-wide adoption of PropTech, technology is empowering residents, onsite teams and operators alike while creating operational efficiencies.
The stories headlining multifamily news this week: the impact of nontraditional data points, requiring residents to be vaccinated, the evolution of single-family rental self-guided tours, higher wood prices to continue through 2022, student housing strength despite pandemic and industry leaders being proactive as eviction moratorium ends.
This week’s top multifamily storylines: motivating today’s property management associates, creating value in today’s value-add properties, the pet amenities residents want, thriving single-family rentals, full-service experiences and thoverheating apartment markets.
With 2020 firmly behind us, apartment owners and operators have reasons to be optimistic about the road ahead. The pandemic has undeniably presented major economic challenges for many, but the average credit score in the U.S. increased by 1% in 2020, according to Experian.
The top stories this week in multifamily: the power of instacaptions for multifamily marketing, tapping the capabilities of interactive sitemaps, attracting and converting prospects, rent increase predictions, smart home features that matter to boomers and the next big thing in apartment touring.