Mill Creek Residential, a leading investor and operator specializing in premier rental communities across the U.S., today announced construction is underway at Modera Coral Springs, a luxury mixed-use apartment community positioned in the rapidly emerging heart of the city.
Entrata, the multifamily industry’s most comprehensive technology provider, today announced a full integration between Entratamation and Samsung SmartThings, the premier technology enabling connected living and driving the future of IoT.
Kasa, a national flexible accommodations provider, today announced that real estate veterans Jordan Calaguire and Aaron Anderson have joined the real estate team as Head of Revenue and Head of Multifamily Strategy & Partnership, respectively.
Apartment communities across the nation are making concerted efforts to strengthen their pet-friendliness, which is both uplifting and necessary.
Residents consider pets to be part of their families, and the pandemic-fueled adoption boom has added even more pets to the rental-housing landscape.
As apartment operators slowly abandon antiquated pet policies in favor of forward-thinking procedures that reflect the preferences of the modern-day renter, pet owners and non-pet owners tend to agree on several issues that conventional wisdom suggests they’d typically be divided on.
Smart home technology allows operators to identify problem areas before they develop into larger issues and pinpoint potential points of failure prior to catastrophic damage. This predictive technology is changing the way property management companies maintain their properties.
Till’s Credit Builder reduces complexity for property managers by handling all interaction with the credit bureaus and taking on the compliance risk of reporting their renters’ payment history. It’s a hassle-free solution for landlords. Till offers rent reporting alongside its full suite of services.
When non-pet owners were asked what their top three pet-related concerns are, it wasn’t fear, aggression or biting that topped the list. It was nuisance issues such as pet waste, excessive barking and unleashed dogs that perturb them the most.
In the apartment industry, you seldom observe organizations that downplay the employee experience. Great results, average culture doesn’t necessarily qualify as a sizzling tagline. Yet while nearly all organizations claim that they are among the best places to work, it can ring hollow in some instances.
In response, proptech companies have developed a vast array of products, creating an almost dizzying menu of options. Operators looking for a clear and consistent value, and a feature that complements almost all other onsite technology, need to take a closer look at access control.