This week’s top multifamily storylines: study shows more renters moved in 2020 despite the pandemic, the complexity of apartment companies requiring vaccines, average rent due to exceed $6K for those behind on rent, LeaseLock hits $1B in leases insured, Lincoln gets ready to acquire Excelsior Multifamily and affordable housing set to get a boost from Biden’s infrastructure plan.
The top multifamily headlines this week: COVID’s impact on rent varies by neighborhood, the most common mistakes of a smart home retrofit for multifamily, smart access control provides assistance during pandemic, the top markets for apartment net absorption, the extension of the federal eviction moratorium and the strength of affordable housing lending.
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.
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.
Developers consider properties in other sectors, the operations changes that are here to stay post pandemic, and recovering lost revenue through pets are among this week’s topic stories.
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.