Major urban areas across the country are giving micro units a closer look. And they should: these tiny apartments are more than just a flash in the pan trend, they most likely represent the next evolutionary phase of the modern city.
Giving thanks should be a year-round event and not relegated to Thanksgiving Day. Here are some creative ways you can say “thank you” to your residents.
Big data is the hot buzzword in the apartment industry. Here’s what many industry professionals said about the topic at the 2012 NMHC OpTech conference.
It’s finally happened. The Zombie Apocalypse has arrived. But in this dangerous climate, you still need to manage and lease your apartments. Here are some helpful tips to ensure maximum occupancy, increased revenue, and high levels of resident satisfaction during the golden age of the zombie.
A multifamily property that has an ENERGYSTAR® rating has several advantages over those that do not, but an apartment community that isn’t eligible to get that little blue sticker can reap some of the same benefits by becoming a partner.
Which individual apartment metro topped the list for rent growth in year-ending third quarter of 2012? MPF Research reveals the top ten performers.
As urban population centers continue to grow, livable and usable space will be at a premium. Will car elevators eventually become an amenity or will they always remain a novelty for the rich?
Consumers are using multiple devices to accomplish goals and tasks, including online shopping. When creating your apartment marketing and online leasing strategies, do you take into consideration the reality that it’s a multi-screen world?
Strong apartment demand that is surpassing completion volumes has led to limited apartment availability and sharp increases in rents.
Today’s college students—your future and potentially current renters—see the world in a much different way. Apartment property owners and managers should keep that different world view in mind when putting together their apartment marketing plans.
Greg Willett recently appeared on America’s Commercial Real Estate Show where he took a look at the performance of the market in the first half of 2012 and then shared what to expect in the second half of the year.
In this presentation to the Greater Dallas NARPM Chapter, here are some strategies you should consider prior to, and when using, social media. But before venturing into the social media universe, you need to make sure that the center of your digital universe, your apartment property website, is the best it can be.
In what will surely come as no surprise to anybody in the multifamily industry, bed bugs were listed among the newest and fastest-growing complaints that local and state consumer protection agencies dealt with during the past 12 months, according to a recent survey.
With only 78 square feet of livable space, could this be America’s smallest apartment unit?