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  • MAXIMIZE Session Inside Look: Data Analytics Strategies

    Will multifamily eventually become a big data industry? With millions of units in play and terabytes of prospect, lease and resident information lodged in our disparate systems, the promise of big data and actionable analytics seems to be a real one, even if our transaction velocity of 12-15 months pales compared to the airline, rental car, restaurant and hotel industries that close thousands of...
  • Pure Energy: Saving Millions on Apartment Operating Costs

    Take a quick guess at what the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) spends 13 percent of its annual agency budget on. Here's a hint: the line item adds up to $6.4 billion. Give up? That's the amount the agency foots for operating costs attributable to energy and water consumption at the nation's public and assisted housing communities. If you think that's a lot,...
  • Resident Friendly Ancillary Revenue

    Incredible rent increases won’t last forever. For asset managers, the inflexion point when market rents plateau is often accompanied by a pivot into ancillary revenue opportunities. In fact, smart multifamily operators are already re-examining fee structures, charge-backs, and creative ways to pass a portion of community management costs respectfully through to the renter. At Maximize: 2014...
  • Video: Technology-Based Opportunities at Maximize

    If you’re reading this, you’re probably like me: you love multifamily real estate, and even more, love the things that make it run. For asset managers, the technologies available to move the needle of property performance have come a long way. Consider that just 15 years ago, being technically adroit in multifamily meant knowing how to run cable lines and hardwire assets behind the wall. Since...

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