The apartment industry lauds itself on offering a variety of exceptional employment opportunities and a career path that fosters great potential for advancement. While that statement largely rings true, the industry is admittedly experiencing a few challenges with the current model.
There can be no downplaying the tremendous responsibility placed upon apartment operators. But today’s property managers have the opportunity to play an even more important role in their renters’ lives. They can be true partners in helping their residents improve their financial well-being.
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 […]
More than ever, the rental housing industry understands the value of data-driven decisions. The industry has done a commendable job of collecting the data—particularly in the past few years—but still must make headway in quantifying it and converting it to actionable business intelligence (BI).
The top multifamily storylines this week include: how pandemic adjustments are reshaping the industry, how to create a synergistic company culture, remembering non-pet owners when crafting policies, how boredom in the burbs may help downtown rebound, property managers on the road to getting vaccinated, and why Facebook Pixel is something to care about for marketers.
Like any industry, residential building operators saw their entire work lives change in a matter of weeks at the onset of the pandemic. There were obstacles aplenty. Managers had to adjust to working with smaller property management teams—or in some cases, with teams almost exclusively offsite.
This week’s top multifamily stories: overlooked pain points of work from home for apartment residents, the year of innovation for multifamily, supplier partners with operations backgrounds, the pending decline of apartment construction in 2021, and why multifamily investors are targeting smaller metros.
The multifamily industry used to be lampooned as being way behind the curve when it came to technology. But in recent years, it’s been exciting to see apartment owners and operators embrace new technologies. Operators are implementing solutions that enhance the resident experience and improve operations.
The stories of the week: hidden budget items that put you in the red, helping associates grow before they quit, secure package management and resident satisfaction, CRE’s stimulus wish, recession-resilient Class B multifamily and apartment home size increases in pandemic.