The top storylines in multifamily this week are pets, training and retention, flexible living, the “E” in ESG, the role of multifamily marketers, the brave new world for leasing consultants, developers sour on the Sunbelt, background checks and a record number of people are looking to move.
Emphasizing the “E” in ESG
As climate change and other environmental challenges continue to take center stage, more and more apartment operators are talking about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors and how to create more comprehensive ESG practices within their organizations.
Appealing to Renters’ Desire for More Sustainability
As apartment operators calibrate their focus on further accommodating modern renters, sustainability is playing a key role in their plans. More renters are becoming aware of their environmental footprint and are making more environment and health oriented decisions in their personal lives.
Boosting Property Value Through Water and Energy Efficiency
During the 2022 Apartmentalize session, “Boosting Property Value Through Water and Energy Efficiency,” industry experts discussed the ways that they are confronting higher costs and even boosting revenue by making small changes onsite that make a big difference to the bottom line.
DCFCs Can’t Be the Blanket Solution for EV Charging
While public fast-charging networks have dominated much of the electric vehicle (EV) charging discussion and while public investment is important to the ultimate success of EVs, owners prefer to charge vehicles at their place of residence, necessitating the prioritization of at-home charging.
Xeal Partners With Stoneweg US on EV Charging Rollout
Xeal, a leading provider of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and smarter technology for the multifamily industry, today announced a partnership with Stoneweg US to install more than 100 charging stations at 10 of Stoneweg US’s properties in Florida, Kentucky and North Carolina.
Technology-Enhanced Sustainability at Apartment Communities
Communities go through rigorous environmental testing to ensure they are following the appropriate sustainability efforts that enhance not only a specific property’s green initiatives, but the entire region’s ecosystem. Technology is leading the way in these efforts.
Xeal Partners With Harrison St. to Deploy 300+ EV Charging Stations
Xeal and Harrison Street today announced a partnership under which Xeal will install more than 300 EV charging stations at select Harrison Street senior housing, student housing, life science, and medical office properties located in California, Massachusetts, Texas and Virginia.
Industry Trends Report | Week of June 27
The top storylines in multifamily this week are automation and centralization, getting ready for EV charging, avoiding team burnout, tight market brings bidding wars to multifamily, the increase of ESG in multifamily and paying rent to evicted residents.
Is Your Community Charged and Ready for Electric Vehicles?
The decision by all major auto manufacturers to offer EVs and PHEVs in affordable, midsize, and luxury models has driven up appeal, meaning EV charging stations are beginning to shift from amenity to necessity.