This week’s top multifamily storylines: study shows more renters moved in 2020 despite the pandemic, the complexity of apartment companies requiring vaccines, average rent due to exceed $6K for those behind on rent, LeaseLock hits $1B in leases insured, Lincoln gets ready to acquire Excelsior Multifamily and affordable housing set to get a boost from Biden’s infrastructure plan.
This week’s top multifamily headlines: rethinking breed restrictions, the pending bounce back of urban apartments, the habits of the most effective leasing associates, the top concerns of operators, Amazon’s $2B commitment to affordable housing, and design trends that will flourish in 2020.
November rent payments, meeting goals with ancillary revenue, preventative maintenance for the holidays, young renters moving back home, Trump’s Fannie and Freddie plans at risk and how the pandemic is hampering apartment construction headline this week’s Industry Trends Report.
Solutions to diversity challenges, connectivity and comfort in a COVID world, the problem with in-house review responses, the survival of apartment construction, the importance of socializing to Gen Z and Las Vegas’ rent payment problem headline this week’s multifamily news.
Julia Falcon, HousingWire Rent payments made on June 1 have dipped in some states, while others have shown positive growth, according to a new survey from LeaseLock. Even though renters haven’t had […]
More than 26 million people have filed for unemployment in the five weeks since cities and state began to order non-essential businesses to close. Millions of apartment renters across the U.S. have […]
Many data outlets reported that 30% of renters were not able to pay rent in April, but a new report from LeaseLock shows a nominal decrease in payments in April compared to the first three months of the year. According to their data, payments in April were only down 5% compared to January through March for renters
According to several reports released between April 1 and 6, rent payments have been trending downward by up to a third, compared with the same period in March and April 2019.