The top storylines in multifamily this week are raising the bar on apartment searches, development in historic neighborhoods, pet-friendly vs. pet-inclusive, college-town apartments flourish, helping minority developers scale up and increased interest in active-adult communities.
Nurture Boss, a premier lease conversion automation tool that provides marketing solutions for the multifamily industry, today announced it has established an in-house multifamily advisory board to strategically guide the company in new product development and grow its client base.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are driving ancillary revenue, the biggest mistakes on community websites, better leasing through centralization and technology, consumer preferences and amenities, boomerang millennials and Gen Zers staying at home and the single-family rental experience.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are successful onboarding of new employees, business intelligence adoption, plotting a career path in multifamily, boosting property value via water and energy efficiency, increasing labor costs and attracting aging millennials.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are DCFCs and solutions for EV charging, employing a data steward, brand style guides for multifamily, women in commercial real estate, rent control measures continue across the nation and using automation for prospect engagement.
While public fast-charging networks have dominated much of the electric vehicle (EV) charging discussion and while public investment is important to the ultimate success of EVs, owners prefer to charge vehicles at their place of residence, necessitating the prioritization of at-home charging.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are changing resident lifestyles, balancing proptech and people, celebrating fall with residents, opportunities beyond the Sun Belt, is adaptive reuse the next big thing and pet waste harms maintenance efficiency.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are utilizing technology for renters insurance compliance, quiet quitting, boosting fitness center usage, record apartment construction in 2022, supply chain issues subsiding and the growing Sun Belt market.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are technology-enhanced sustainability in multifamily, building community through hyperlocal amenities, crisis management, zoning reform, Adam Neumann’s Flow and why smaller multifamily properties are appealing to renters.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are multifamily helping to end human trafficking, using data to drive NOI, resident trends for 2023, multifamily career changes, rent growth forecasted to continue and resident retention in a hypercompetitive market.