The top storylines in multifamily this week are boosting renewals with automation, strategies for community building, the importance of reliable connectivity, multifamily construction continues to increase, the future of leasing tech and becoming pet-inclusive.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are giving a warm welcome to new hires, the new customer experience, the power of tech, renters and the 2022 elections, the coming multifamily down cycle and promoting responsible pet ownership.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are synergy and proptech, winterizing rental properties, smart sustainability and business resilience, multifamily fundamentals remain strong, emotional support animals and pet policies and reliability in EV chargers.
The age of property technology that solves for only one on-site issue was bright but brief. Multifamily operators quickly recognized that the most powerful drivers of NOI are technology solutions that serve a primary function while also complementing or enhancing other proptech.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using tech for more efficient construction, why centralization is not one-size-fits-all, empowering teams with proptech, using mushrooms to decarbonize construction waste, Q3 multifamily data and the cost of pet waste.
With so many changes occurring in multifamily leasing and management, owner/operators are seeking ways to meet the challenges of shifting consumer tastes, ongoing hiring and retention issues and maximizing revenues. Centralization is the next step.
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.
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 high-level objectives in the multifamily industry are relatively straightforward—to cultivate an enjoyable prospect and resident experience while ensuring that on-site teams are equipped with the tools and guidance to be as efficient as possible.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are balancing technology and human interaction, proptech for a touchless experience, resident dissatisfaction, application fraud increases, the fed hikes rates again and multifamily needs four million units in the next decade to meet demand.