Apartmentalize 2021 Schedule
(Subject to change)
All sessions and activities will take place in McCormick Place West. General Sessions will take place in Wintrust Arena.
Tuesday, August 31
You're Only as Valuable as Your Data: Ensuring Asset Value
We have new priorities in 2021. As the housing industry has navigated its way through maintaining housing operations and supporting residents through financial hardships, it also has to actively monitor asset value. With many housing providers facing eviction moratoria, holding off on rent increases and waiving fees, they are focusing on increasing asset value to recoup losses by investing in technologies that strengthen their data’s integrity. This session dives into how housing providers maintain data integrity with open APIs and true data integration within their PropTech platforms.
The Shifting Sands of Apartment Demand
The large coastal markets, along with southern cities like Atlanta and Dallas-Fort Worth, have been at the epicenter of job and population growth, rental housing construction and steadily appreciating rents. While some areas remain in that paradigm, new trends began emerging even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the country, new growth centers are appearing. Learn about some of these growing markets, factors contributing to that growth and what industry decision-makers can learn from these areas to apply elsewhere.
Best Practices for Managing Your Renovations
Value-added strategies have been relatively successful for the rental housing housing market; however, there are many opportunities to improve profitability. The methods and tools being used for renovations continue to heavily leverage spreadsheets and don’t take advantage of the help that supplier and onsite staff can provide. New methods and technology tools allow renovators to better manage their financials and process. Explore what leading companies are doing to advance their renovation processes.
Conquer the Silo Effect: Ensuring Collaboration and Communication Stay Sharp
As property management industries become more complex, companies create silos, including marketing, training, human resources, revenue management, operations support and more. Each has an important function, but does this specialization hinder collaboration, creativity and success? Nearly 90% of executives blame lack of communication and collaboration for team and project failures. The “Silo Effect”—lack of communication between teams—is real. Join us to learn how to identify the recipe for collaboration and communication success.