The top storylines in multifamily this week are tools to help with hiring and retention, the property life cycle, holiday decorations and safety, renters insurance compliance, domestic abuse during the holidays and why to avoid hesitation in multifamily sales.
Together, the Real Floors and Arbor families will have more than 700 employees in 12 states with 28 locations serving over 50 markets. Real Floors is positioned to best tackle growing demand, supply chain issues, and other challenges, while continuing to be the most trusted partner in multifamily flooring installation.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are getting ready for EV charging, benefits of outsourcing, summer maintenance, multifamily investment remains strong, nourishing creativity in the workplace and cleanliness and online reputation.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the natural disaster threat, multifamily giving back to communities, successful property managers, threats to SunBelt affordability, asking prospective residents “why” and the SmartRent acquisition of SightPlan.
Ashcroft Capital, a fully integrated multifamily investment firm, today announced the acquisition of Elliot Gwinnett Place (formerly Retreat at Arc Way), a garden-style community approximately 20 miles northeast of Downtown Atlanta.
SmartRent has acquired SightPlan in a $135 million all-cash transaction. According to SmartRent, this acquisition will further its product road map and augment the breadth of cloud-based SaaS solutions for clients—creating a comprehensive property and resident management platform.
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.
This week’s top multifamily storylines: study shows more renters moved in 2020 despite the pandemic, the complexity of apartment companies requiring vaccines, average rent due to exceed $6K for those behind on rent, LeaseLock hits $1B in leases insured, Lincoln gets ready to acquire Excelsior Multifamily and affordable housing set to get a boost from Biden’s infrastructure plan.
The top multifamily headlines this week: COVID’s impact on rent varies by neighborhood, the most common mistakes of a smart home retrofit for multifamily, smart access control provides assistance during pandemic, the top markets for apartment net absorption, the extension of the federal eviction moratorium and the strength of affordable housing lending.
Among this week’s most interesting multifamily storylines: utilizing tech without sacrificing personal connections, reflecting on multifamily’s COVID-19 response, package solutions that might be causing more problems, a look back at the last decade of multifamily transactions, the apartment markets dominating the pandemic era, and amenity must haves as the lockdown ends.