landscape in multifamily

The Challenge of Achieving the Perfect Landscape in Multifamily

Well before weeds first germinate, the battle for control of turfs across multifamily communities begins. It used to be that a couple of good shots of weed killer earned the upper hand pretty quickly for maintaining an immaculate landscape in multifamily. That’s changed now. The cost and ability to establish and uphold the perfect turf[]

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The Longest 7th Inning in Multifamily History

Despite uncertainty, multifamily poised to continue extended run of current cycle A tumultuous presidential election that some blamed for rattling the U.S. economy beforehand but has since energized the market has unquestionably added another layer of uncertainty for the business sector. And, while apartment industry leaders may question what lies ahead just as others, multifamily[]

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New from MPF Research: Rent Stratification

MPF Research released some fascinating data recently on rent stratification (price differences based on property class) in markets across America. It turns out that in one city a Class A apartment might cost you only 30% more than a Class C, and in another, nearly three times as much! Foremost among factors driving larger differentials[]

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New on #AptChat: Tech Trends in Multifamily Marketing

Each week, industry leaders join the Twitter-based conversation at #AptChat to exchange best practices and ideas. A recent chat focused on what technology is bringing to multifamily marketing. Here’s how the discussion went: 35% of renters expect a response “in a few hours or less” when contacting a property. How can tech help reach prospects[]

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The State of Multifamily Construction

Higher construction and labor costs continue to challenge the housing industry, prompting newer strategies to build multifamily and student housing communities within budget and on schedule. Since the apartment boom launched a few years ago, developers and builders have battled a lack in skilled labor. In the last couple of years, materials prices – namely[]

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Amenities that Drive Student Housing

Student housing design centers around social, educational experiences Far away from yesterday’s frat house lifestyle, student housing settings are designed to enhance not only the social but also the educational experiences on college campuses. The blueprints for living and communal spaces in towering habitats emphasize individual and collaborative learning to supplement the higher education experience.[]

No Train No Gain: Why Your Staff Needs Training

Multifamily housing employees want more training. At least that’s what a recent Pew Research Center survey about the American workforce and changing job market suggests. The U.S. employment landscape has morphed from hands-on tools to fingers on keyboards. Over the last 35 years, workers are rethinking the skills they have and what they will need[]

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Transportation Revolution and Impact on Real Estate

Multifamily communities with spacious surface parking lots may be sitting on a gold mine if the new transportation revolution shifts into high gear as some expect. The combination of ride-handling and autonomous cars that is taking transportation by storm suggests that fewer vehicles will need urban and suburban parking spaces in the near future, analysts[]

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New on #AptChat: How to Deliver Bad News to Residents

Each week, we tune into the Twitter-based chats going on between property managers at #AptChat to bring you helpful tips. The theme of a recent chat was “How to Deliver Bad News to Residents.” In this context, “bad news” could be anything from a rent increase, to an eviction notice, to a death in the family.[]

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