Among the top storylines in multifamily this week: NMHC Annual Meeting proves to be a new beginning, the top considerations when selecting an access control system, the vast benefits of building a strengths-based multifamily organization, a report says multifamily and single-family rentals will continue to thrive, Boomers are retiring to more places than the Sun Belt and multifamily’s embrace of QR codes.
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 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.
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 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.
This week’s top storylines: printers are becoming a hot amenity, mixed results from NMHC quarterly market survey, smart home making life easier for operators and residents, investors 1031 exchanging in Sun Belt, the possible economic boom in 2021, and the uptick in home ownership that is not worrisome to apartment investors.
Among this week’s top multifamily headlines: the evolution of multifamily performance metrics, developer pivots in 2021, saying goodbye to pet size restrictions, the growing single-family rental land bubble, suburban strength in 2021, and construction material price rebound.
Engrain announced recently that it has acquired DeliverHere, an app that displays apartment property maps to assist delivery drivers and help improve their efficiency and save time. The acquisition will enable Engrain to add to its largest database of maps in the country while expanding its user base and client reach.
Many apartment owners and operators may be leery of offering self-guided tours, but the data indicates prospects want and use them. Properties that don’t give prospects the option to self-tour risk alienating them and may find it difficult to convert leads into new residents.