The top storylines in multifamily this week are bootstrap or VC in proptech, leasing cycle touchpoints, social media advertising, multifamily leadership, rent-control measures and supply chain issues.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using tech to help, spring leasing season, mental health in multifamily, due diligence, value-add activity and Gen Z driving the urban market.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are personalization, women in construction, noise complaints, CO2 emissions, CRM and eviction tech.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are revenue recovery, pet waste, vacancy rates, FCC broadband rule, community connectivity and ESG frameworks.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are eviction processes, resident retention, pets, rent growth, preventative maintenance and co-living.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are data driving decisions, digital reputation management, waste DNA testing, rent control and investments, hiring challenges and package management.
Buy an apartment community in need of upgrading, perform the needed renovations, boost rents accordingly and drive impressive returns. But just because apartment companies frequently undertake value-add projects, it doesn’t mean success in these endeavors is easy.
This week’s top multifamily headlines: rethinking breed restrictions, the pending bounce back of urban apartments, the habits of the most effective leasing associates, the top concerns of operators, Amazon’s $2B commitment to affordable housing, and design trends that will flourish in 2020.
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.