The top storylines in multifamily this week are sustainability becoming a resident requirement, the next wave of CRM capabilities, remote work amenities for residents, revenue recovery, AC maintenance, and rolling out the welcome mat for pets.
With a greater number of residents working from home, there is increasing demand for high-speed internet and community-wide WiFi. High-speed internet and community WiFi is very important to residents and it powers other highly desired amenities.
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.
This week’s most interesting multifamily storylines include: the impact of Biden’s climate goals on multifamily, stalled adaptive reuse projects, apartment marketing keywords, vaccinating multifamily employees, ruling that CDC eviction moratorium is unconstitutional and the focus of operators on service-oriented amenities.
Top multifamily storylines to kick off the New Year: small resident services that have a big impact on apartment communities, true integration of technology vs. data transfer, how innovation is becoming an even bigger differentiator, Radco VP’s push for more women in CRE finance, 2020 trends that will last the test of time, cybersecurity on the front lines of multifamily.
This week’s top multifamily news includes: work-from-home’s impact on resident needs, continued confidence in multifamily housing fundamentals, contactless package management, diversity and inclusion in multifamily, the year-end multifamily buying spree and workforce housing development.
Healthy amenity programming, HVAC equipment that provides fresh air, and outdoor space. Those are a few of the wellness choices that Gen Z renters are looking for in their apartment communities today, according to leading multifamily developers, operators, and designers.
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.
This week’s top multifamily news headlines: The Power of SGTs: Prospects Trade in Their Own Currency, 6 Amenities That Attract Renters During Covid-19, The Problem With Stock Review Responses and more.