The top storylines in multifamily this week are acting on centralization, balancing automation in multifamily, data and business intelligence, emerging leasing trends in the coming year, the ways multifamily can give back and the White House rental rights proposal.
Once you’ve completed a centralization assessment and constructed a roadmap for the resident experience, it’s time to choose when to automate, centralize and utilize third-party services. It’s the junction where you decide how you will delegate service to prospects and current residents.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are creating a happy and productive team, the ingredients of centralization, marketing a community to multiple generations, team leadership, the 2023 forecast for multifamily and the importance of curb appeal in reputation management.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the difference between pet-friendly and pet-inclusive, rebranding in 2023, centralization preferences and playbooks, the changing rules of operating efficiency, upcoming trends and tech and the best metros to make money in multifamily.
When technology is deployed in the multifamily industry, it often pertains to streamlining nuances of the leasing journey. Tech is also utilized to automate repetitive tasks, such as sending timely reminders to prospects and prepopulating forms for which information is already available.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using tech for more efficient construction, why centralization is not one-size-fits-all, empowering teams with proptech, using mushrooms to decarbonize construction waste, Q3 multifamily data and the cost of pet waste.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are portfolio evaluation for centralization, the importance of technology partners, driving resident retention, human-trafficking education, construction delays continue in multifamily and customizing renters insurance to increase compliance.
With so many changes occurring in multifamily leasing and management, owner/operators are seeking ways to meet the challenges of shifting consumer tastes, ongoing hiring and retention issues and maximizing revenues. Centralization is the next step.
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.
Technology can increase productivity, strengthen decision-making and improve the resident experience. Online access to a community also offers prospects options for their apartment search and gives onsite associates more freedom to nurture relationships.