The top storylines in multifamily this week are acting on centralization, balancing automation in multifamily, data and business intelligence, emerging leasing trends in the coming year, the ways multifamily can give back and the White House rental rights proposal.
Sentral, a full-service management company offering any length of stay, today announced its acquisition of Align Residential, a national management firm specializing in innovative residential experiences. The acquisition expands Sentral’s communities to 40, and the company’s network to 15 U.S. cities.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are renter income volatility and rent payments, preparing now for the surge in EV, using data to create actionable reports, investors’ concerns for the new year, increases in vacancies and the benefits of insurtech to track compliance.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the ongoing development of teams, the great multifamily breakup, the importance of settlements, the impact of employment data on multifamily, multifamily executives’ predictions for the coming year and changes PMs and marketers should consider.
A conversation with a longtime multifamily industry veteran, and a nationally sought-after educator and speaker, the fabulous Stephanie Anderson, the Senior Director of Communication and Social Media at Grace Hill and host Paul Marks discuss “The Great Break Up” and women multifamily industry.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are creating a happy and productive team, the ingredients of centralization, marketing a community to multiple generations, team leadership, the 2023 forecast for multifamily and the importance of curb appeal in reputation management.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are the difference between pet-friendly and pet-inclusive, rebranding in 2023, centralization preferences and playbooks, the changing rules of operating efficiency, upcoming trends and tech and the best metros to make money in multifamily.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are successful EV charger installation, how e-commerce can help property managers, technology’s impact in multifamily in 2023, addressing supply chain issues, rent control measures in 2023 and the multifamily outlook for the next year.
The surge of new electric vehicles (EV) coming to market has triggered waves of changing tenant and consumer behaviors. A recent report by NMHC/Grace Hill found that 27% of renters are interested in locations with available EV charging stations and would pay $30.00 more per month for this amenity.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using automation for retention, helping associates face change, improving apartments for remote workers, people are looking to move, hiring property management and multifamily helping the homeless.