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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[]

 

What Lorelai Gilmore Can Teach Us About Being a Great Property Manager

Meet Lorelai Gilmore. Proprietor of the Dragonfly Inn. Entrepreneur. Single Mother. Fictional Character. The role of the effervescent hotel manager was created by Amy Sherman-Palladino and portrayed by Lauren Graham. Behind that fast-talking façade, stands a manager of a respected housing establishment with a passion for people. In the show, Lorelai lives in the small,[]

 

What’s New in Social: Google Pop Up Shop Opens, Twitter Cuts Vine, and Instagram Offers Mobile Shopping

It’s crucial for property management professionals to find innovative ways to connect with prospects and generate business, and social media is a powerful tool to help. Here are some of the latest social media marketing trends to watch: Twitter Cuts Vine Last week Twitter announced the shutdown of Vine, their popular short-form video platform. This news[]

 

What’s New in Social: How to Use #Hashtags, Pinterest Hits 150 Million, and Facebook Free Basics

It’s crucial for property management professionals to find innovative ways to connect with prospects and generate business, and social media is a powerful tool to help. Here are some of the latest social media marketing trends to watch: Pinterest Hits 150 Million Looks like things are about to get even more “pinteresting”. This month, Pinterest[]

 

State of Student Housing: Study Rooms Among Amenities Driving Strong Growth

Expect the flames fueling a razor-hot student housing market to maintain through the end of the year and into next year. Executives at the National Multifamily Housing Council’s Student Housing Conference and Exposition in New Orleans in September said this year’s record-setting market shouldn’t cool much, even if the federal government finally pushes through a[]

 

The Future of Apartment Websites

In this day and age, it’s not difficult to convince multifamily properties that a website is necessary for continued success.  However, it is difficult to convince them what the form and functionality of that website should be.  While most apartments prefer to approach websites as a “digital brochure,” showcasing leasing information and lush property photography[]

 

Shine a Light on Multifamily with the Latest Lighting Trends

Innovations in light-emitting diode (LED) lighting have changed the way we look at things. Today’s LED lighting has become a bright, proven solution to the replacement of incandescent lighting that has been phased out over the years. With that, new trends in indoor and outdoor fixtures are emerging, while taking advantage of LED’s efficiencies and[]

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The Shift Toward Renter Nation

A consistent sentiment among multifamily housing leasing professionals is to know your resident and understand that one size does not fit all. The industry has strived in recent years to appeal as much as possible to individual preferences, especially in lease processes, while keeping a keen eye on the trends that drive folks to rental[]

 

Student Housing: Turning to Technology for the Turn

Student housing is unlike other types in one very important way: once a year, at the very same time, most of the residents vacate. And around two weeks later, the rooms are rented again. This “turn” is a short period in which an awful lot has to happen – the most significant being the inspection,[]

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