Multifamily-housing construction is going strong, but the United States could soon have an apartment shortage — particularly of affordable to moderate-income units — because many apartment buildings are decades old. Renovations of old stock could be the solution.
Last year, Sioux Falls, Iowa, almost broke the multifamily construction record set in 1977. What does multifamily construction look like in 2015?
Early-bird pricing for the 2015 NAA Education Conference & Exposition, June 24-27 in Las Vegas, ends soon. Register by April 17 and save up to $275 on the largest, most exciting multifamily-housing event of the year. Need to justify the expense to your boss? We’ve got you covered.
It’s a Win-Win When You Participate in the 2015 NAA Income and Expenses Survey
Make an impact in the rental-housing industry by participating in the 2015 NAA Survey of Income & Expenses in Rental Apartment Communities. Participants will receive a free final report of the survey (a $625 value), which contains helpful budgeting and benchmarking data, local and national market analyses, and much more.
Apartments and their residents contribute $1.3 trillion to the national economy. Find out the economic impact apartments are having in your congressional district, your state or in 40 metro areas by visiting the revamped NAA/NMHC website WeAreApartments.org.
Want to improve revenue generation and connect with leaders in the field of asset management? Then plan to attend Maximize: 2015 Multifamily Asset Management Conference, Oct. 12-14, at the Omni Amelia Island in Amelia Island, Fla. Attendees will go home with important insights on operational best practices, supplier and system recommendations, ideal benchmarking metrics and much more.