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.
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?
The top storylines in multifamily this week are personalization, women in construction, noise complaints, CO2 emissions, CRM and eviction tech.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are revenue recovery, pet waste, vacancy rates, FCC broadband rule, community connectivity and ESG frameworks.
Evictions are as old as multifamily housing. Unfortunately, so is much of the technology that supports eviction practices. It is time for the industry to deploy modern systems and eviction solutions that save time and effort, and that limit the potential for errors and inconsistencies, and aid in debt recovery.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are eviction processes, resident retention, pets, rent growth, preventative maintenance and co-living.
In multifamily, inconsistent practices deliver consistently sub-optimal results. Lack of clear direction, varied application of community policies and incongruent actions by onsite associates hamper operational success and tarnish the resident experience.
Multifamily property teams know their communities better than anyone else. They know the grounds, amenities and property layout like the back of their hands, and their relationships with residents almost make them extended family.