The top storylines in multifamily this week are renewal automation, investing in the future, wellness in building design, the evolution of the prospect journey, sight maps and self-guided tours, proptech, leasing power shifts to residents, rent control and the Fed holds on interest rate hike.
The week leading into Apartmentalize was packed with announcements from proptech firms. Among the news was Rent.’s introduction of integrated tour scheduling and Janine Steiner Jovanovic named CEO of LeaseLock, a lease insurance and financial technology provider.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are ESG reporting, pet-centric amenities, combatting rent growth loss with revenue recovery, pet tech, selecting proptech, ChatGPT and real estate, the dying American Dream, popular amenities and government lending.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are pet restrictions, outdoor amenity conversions, transit-oriented development, proptech challenges, selecting the right chatbot, variable-capacity tech for HVAC, construction report, housing affordability and criminal background checks.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are application fraud, strengths-based culture, property marketing, tech implementation, proptech, tech stress, affordable housing, little distress for multifamily in 2023 and multifamily development outpaces single-family.
Tech solutions meant to ease the day-to-day operations of a community and enhance the resident experience need to not only be effective and easy to use, but they should also be implemented in a speedy fashion and seamlessly integrated.
Once you’ve completed a centralization assessment and constructed a roadmap for the resident experience, it’s time to choose when to automate, centralize and utilize third-party services. It’s the junction where you decide how you will delegate service to prospects and current residents.
Whichever approach a company chooses, there are three main ingredients to a centralization project: self-guided tours, flexible labor and task automation. As with all recipes, each ingredient can be used to a different degree, depending on individual company preferences.
What trends and technology should those in the multifamily industry focus on in the new year? The Multihousing News Executive Council shares their insights, including cyber security, employee development, and smart tech and communities that help their residents thrive.
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.