As more apartment communities modernize leasing and operations strategies with technology, a strong digital foundation has never been more essential to apartment development and operational processes. Nearly every facet of the apartment leasing and living experience is now enhanced by tech.
Unfortunately, fraud is not a narrow topic in the apartment world. A panel of industry experts discussed the wide-ranging topic at the Apartmentalize 2023 session Catch Me If You Can . . . And I Bet You Can’t, providing a high-level account of their experiences with fraud and what they are doing to combat it.
To truly optimize their retention performance in both strong and softer markets, multifamily companies need to understand all the nuances and unique factors surrounding a resident’s renewal decision and build their procedures and tech stack accordingly.
Just as frustrating as their consequences is the fact that these bans are based on the myth that certain breeds are inherently dangerous. That’s right: When you take the time to investigate the matter, you’ll see that breed bans are built on a foundation of sand.
The Circa rent app helps properties put their best foot forward to residents with payment automation and flexible rent installments. Circa also reports on-time payments to the major US credit bureaus to help residents build stronger financial track records and higher credit scores.
In this interview, Lebenhart discusses Ashcroft’s investment philosophy, its growth in the metro Atlanta market, its recent expansion into North Carolina and the company’s plans for 2023. He also provides his insight and analysis into how the apartment market as a whole will perform in the year ahead.
Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in premier rental housing across the U.S., today announced it has become a member of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance.
Every apartment community is a machine. At the center is the on-site team that ensures everything is running smoothly. While a knowledgeable leasing team is crucial to the front-end success of a community, the maintenance team manages the intricate mechanics of it all.
A lesson from recent hiring and retention challenges is that employees possess a powerful desire to thrive in their careers and go beyond a paycheck. This presents owners and operators an opportunity to build lasting connections with their employees, which in turn creates success in hiring and retention.
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.