All pet-friendly communities deal with the challenge of unscooped pet waste. This challenge creates additional costs for operators who have to pay someone else to clean it up or task maintenance teams with doing the job, causing valuable time and resources to be wasted.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are driving ancillary revenue, the biggest mistakes on community websites, better leasing through centralization and technology, consumer preferences and amenities, boomerang millennials and Gen Zers staying at home and the single-family rental experience.
The impact of pets on resident satisfaction, fixing the package overflow problem, what Porsche can teach us about property management, getting buildings ready for a Covid winter, the never ending rent control battle and the impact of Covid on renters vs. homeowners make up this week’s multifamily industry headlines.
November rent payments, meeting goals with ancillary revenue, preventative maintenance for the holidays, young renters moving back home, Trump’s Fannie and Freddie plans at risk and how the pandemic is hampering apartment construction headline this week’s Industry Trends Report.
Creating a path for inclusion, the student housing rebound, data that increases asset value, trending changes among renters and owners, mom-and-pop managers feeling the squeeze and more make up this week’s top news stories in Multifamily.
Developers consider properties in other sectors, the operations changes that are here to stay post pandemic, and recovering lost revenue through pets are among this week’s topic stories.
Managing resident pathogen fears, stacking your tech strategically, leveraging ESG incentive programs and multifamily leasing performance make up this week’s top multifamily news headlines.
This week’s multifamily news hot topics: Covid-19’s impact on operations, earning ancillary revenue through pet amenities and services, helping employees cope during the pandemic, criticism mounts against Trump’s plan to stop evictions and more.
Accurate property performance data is among the most sought-after commodities in the apartment industry. Few metrics drive solid decision-making than those pertaining to genuine activity at a rental community. The data becomes truly powerful when it can be visualized.