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.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are dog breed’s minimal effect on behavior, labor shortages for leasing and maintenance teams, preparation for the 2022 hurricane season, office designs that help with lease conversions, and having bots deliver bad news.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are supporting and optimizing onsite teams, technology to make leasing teams perform better, planning and implementing EV charging stations, the barrier and regulation cost in development and creating better experiences in affordable housing.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are expediting evictions to maximize revenue, wireless technology in multifamily, the importance of cybersecurity at communities, Biden’s housing action plan, cost-per-unit jump and the green resident wave.
The multifamily storylines that matter: Flexible rent payment taking center stage, a record year for adaptive reuse, self-guided tours changing for single-family, the abundance of capital for multifamily, the next phase of the amenity wars and rent growth continues.
The stories headlining multifamily news this week: the impact of nontraditional data points, requiring residents to be vaccinated, the evolution of single-family rental self-guided tours, higher wood prices to continue through 2022, student housing strength despite pandemic and industry leaders being proactive as eviction moratorium ends.
This week’s top multifamily headlines: building and developing the right teams, mitigating disaster with smart home tech, self-guided tour best practices, the FHFA’s extension of the eviction moratorium, property management labor issues persist and supporting the contactless community.
The top storylines in multifamily this week: vertical integration benefits, challenging the fee myth, study finds renters moving to larger apartments, workforce housing set to get a boost, development outlook on the mend and the necessity of high-speed Internet.
The biggest news in multifamily this week: how short-term rentals have adapted, the state of lead sourcing in multifamily, the right tech to maximize ROI, the impact of remote work on housing, construction delays due to high prices and scarce resources and apartment dwellers choosing not to move.
The most important multifamily news of the week: leasing lessons learned during the pandemic, event opportunities this spring, single-family rental operators becoming common buyers of new homes, rent prices show largest jump in April since 2017, NAHB asks Biden administration to address lumber costs, and investors are walking away from ‘walkability.’