LIVEbe Communities, a premier apartment developer and operator dedicated to delivering distinct apartment homes within connected communities, today announced a series of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts designed to craft a more welcoming and creative workplace environment.
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.
Solutions to diversity challenges, connectivity and comfort in a COVID world, the problem with in-house review responses, the survival of apartment construction, the importance of socializing to Gen Z and Las Vegas’ rent payment problem headline this week’s multifamily news.
The multifamily industry universally espouses support for diversity and inclusion in its workforce, but that effort is often not reflected within the leadership teams of real estate organizations. So, how do companies create a plan and a path to improve representation across all levels?
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.
The multifamily industry’s operations teams are some of the most diverse workforces in the U.S. However, it’s readily apparent at the higher C-Suite and executive leadership positions that the industry’s hierarchy predominantly consists of one demographic.