The top storylines in multifamily this week are assistance animals, co-living and micro units, ten women to watch in multifamily, eviction automation, IoT, flexible rent payments, migration trends and development, Generation Renter and job openings rise in multifamily.
Operators are taking unprecedented steps to combat the hiring and employee-retention challenges currently facing the industry. They need to not only take a closer look at overall associate satisfaction, but also work to identify and eliminate specific employee pain points.
When it comes to evictions, time is of the essence. Extensions, delays and restarts during the eviction process means lost revenue. To expedite evictions, avoid hiccups and keep delinquency time as low as possible, it’s crucial to know what is causing the delays.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are automation and human interaction in leasing, credit reporting and rent payments, healthy company culture, rising insurance premiums, automating evictions and the financial benefits of easing pet restrictions.
Given a choice, onsite team members won’t rush to initiate the eviction process on their own. Balancing the business side and the personal relationships can be a challenge. So, why aren’t evictions automated? Why does the process rely on associates who are disinclined to engage in evictions in the first place?
Resident Interface, the only comprehensive revenue recovery management solution designed for larger portfolio rental housing companies, today announced the launch of its Possession Partner service in Florida, Texas, Georgia, and Maryland, which are among the top states in eviction filings.
TAMPA, Fla. – April 4, 2022: Resident Interface, the only comprehensive revenue recovery management solution designed for multifamily owner/operators today announced that Larry Bellack has joined Possession Partner as Executive Vice President. In […]
The top storylines in multifamily this week are personalization, women in construction, noise complaints, CO2 emissions, CRM and eviction tech.