Investing in smart home technology in new developments is something that more and more developers are exploring. But early adopters have been the beneficiaries of their initiative and innovation.
The steady rent growth and solid operating fundamentals found in apartment markets throughout the Midwest hold a considerable appeal for multifamily investors.
Resident screening is a necessary function of operating apartment communities. What was once a tedious, lengthy and manual process can now be automated through the use of technology.
As the nation continues to watch the current government shutdown and how others are working to help those in need, the real estate industry is also taking action.
Demolish now and ask questions later? Never a good strategy, according to LMC’s Brad Reisinger. The company’s Divisional President of the Northwest tells GlobeSt.com that forging a strategic partnership with a neighborhood prior to development can have an immeasurable impact. Read more.
Smart home technology together with the industry’s leading mobile app technology? Yes, please! Read this Forbes article about how Mobile Doorman, the leading white-label, resident-centric mobile app developer, continues to grow its one-stop-shop technology services for today’s apartment renter.
The multifamily communities of the future will undoubtedly evolve in terms of design and amenities. LMC’s Alicia Scott and Mobile Doorman’s Bob Matteson are among the industry professionals that discuss the changing landscape in a recent feature by Multi-Housing News.