HOT & RELEVANT TOPICS The Best Security Practices For Multifamily EmployeesTen real estate and leasing professionals were murdered in 2017 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Then in January, Salt Lake City realtor Dave Stokoe went to his apartment community to evict a pair of residents but never returned. He was later found in […]
Being a leasing agent is hard work. Not only do associates have to manage prospects and sign new residents, but they also have to keep current residents satisfied, oversee resident-retention efforts and perform the countless day-to-day tasks that keep a leasing office running. As a new article in Multifamily Executive shows, many operators are turning […]
HOT & RELEVANT TOPICS Seven Ways to Urbanize the SuburbsOver the past two decades, developers have mastered what is needed to entice urban dwellers to live in downtown apartment communities. But now, as downtown locales become increasingly congested, developers are aiming to give renters an urbanized experience in suburban locales. To make it work, they’ll […]
HOT & RELEVANT TOPICS Amenities War Might Not Be The Best Student Housing Strategy Amenities make a big splash and provide Instagrammable moments. But some developers and school administrators are rethinking the emphasis of these glitzy additions at student housing communities, instead dedicating their focus to more mundane-but-necessary features.
HOT & RELEVANT TOPICS The Five Biggest Onsite Technology Mistakes Technology implementation should shorten the to-do lists of onsite teams, not lengthen them. That’s according to Jared Miller, chief operating officer of RedPeak, whose rule of thumb when incorporating tech is to ease the burden of the company’s onsite teams.
The multifamily industry is unique, in that, once people find a job in multifamily, they end up sticking around for years, and with good reason. The opportunities for growth and development are significant.