Operators are leaning on automation solutions more than ever to create efficiencies and save invaluable time. Yes, there is such thing as too much automation. A firm gauge of the effectiveness of automation solutions can be measured in time. When it saves time, it’s probably a solid fit.
Industry Trends Report | Week of January 16
The top storylines in multifamily this week are renter income volatility and rent payments, preparing now for the surge in EV, using data to create actionable reports, investors’ concerns for the new year, increases in vacancies and the benefits of insurtech to track compliance.
Ready for Centralization? Time to ACT On It!
Once you’ve completed a centralization assessment and constructed a roadmap for the resident experience, it’s time to choose when to automate, centralize and utilize third-party services. It’s the junction where you decide how you will delegate service to prospects and current residents.
The Truth About Renter Income Volatility
Technology has transformed many facets of our world, and the labor market has not eluded these advancements. We’ve seen the rise of a new era of employment – the gig economy – which is characterized by independent contracts, short-term and freelance work.
Breaking Down the Benefits of InsurTech
Technology has guided the industry through numerous changes and helped operators adapt in a digital-centric world. While technology has long been intertwined with smart home features and property management, other industry sectors, such as insurance providers, have taken notice.
Industry Trends Report | Week of January 9
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the ongoing development of teams, the great multifamily breakup, the importance of settlements, the impact of employment data on multifamily, multifamily executives’ predictions for the coming year and changes PMs and marketers should consider.
Supporting Multifamily Associates’ Ongoing Development
It is no secret that engaged employees fuel company success. Yet according to a recent poll from Gallup, employee engagement across industries has declined in recent years after about a decade of gradual improvement. Opportunities for growth and development were heavily desired by respondents.
The Great Multifamily Breakup
A conversation with a longtime multifamily industry veteran, and a nationally sought-after educator and speaker, the fabulous Stephanie Anderson, the Senior Director of Communication and Social Media at Grace Hill and host Paul Marks discuss “The Great Break Up” and women multifamily industry.
Industry Trends Report | Week of January 2
The top storylines in multifamily this week are creating a happy and productive team, the ingredients of centralization, marketing a community to multiple generations, team leadership, the 2023 forecast for multifamily and the importance of curb appeal in reputation management.
The Three Essential Ingredients of Centralized Leasing
Whichever approach a company chooses, there are three main ingredients to a centralization project: self-guided tours, flexible labor and task automation. As with all recipes, each ingredient can be used to a different degree, depending on individual company preferences.