How technology has shaped multifamily marketing
Even before the pandemic forced everyone to digitally transform, we as an industry had committed to a marketing strategy that was customer- and content-centered. Here's how we've leveraged technology in a way that's most beneficial to potential tenants
by Michael Zaransky Jun 1
NestEgg launches month-to-month property management service
With NestEgg Freedom, landlords and property owners can access NestEgg's full suite of services for $29 per month per unit
by Marian McPherson May 27
Ahead of travel season, Airbnb makes it easier to list properties
The short-term rental giant unveiled over 100 updates to its platform, including flexible searching options for guests and a simplified onboarding process for hosts
More than half of all renters are planning a post-pandemic move
Renters surveyed by property management software company Entrata cited cost and space-related reasons as their biggest impetus for moving over the last year
by Lillian Dickerson May 25
Connecting with Pacaso's CEO: The future of the second home market
Pacaso CEO Austin Allison explains how remote working, inventory shortages and co-ownership models are changing the fabric of second-home markets
by Marian McPherson May 25
Vacasa teams up with Marriott International
Travelers will now be able to book more than 10,000 properties that Vacasa manages through Marriott's Homes & Villas by Marriott International platform
by Jim Dalrymple II May 20
Dozens of economists don't see any bursting bubbles on the horizon
A new survey of 42 economists showed that home prices, housing starts, apartment vacancies and other factors should remain healthy for the next several years
by Jim Dalrymple II May 19
Timber may soon follow lumber in upward price trend
Pandemic-fueled housing demand is finally beginning to catch up with years of oversupply in the timber industry that resulted from the 2008 financial crisis
by Lillian Dickerson May 18
Rising construction costs curbed homebuilders' pace in April
The rising cost of lumber and appliances slowed the momentum of single-family building permits, starts and completions in April
by Marian McPherson May 18
Thinking of getting into property management? Here's a strategic approach
Whether you plan to manage 2 properties or 100, there’s never been a better time to leverage your experience and contacts to start a high-cashflow business in property. Here's how
by Victoria Kennedy May 18
Airbnb faces Q1 loss of $1B
Despite continuing to suffer losses in the wake of the pandemic, Airbnb's CEO Brian Chesky expressed optimism about an upcoming summer full of pent-up travel demand.
by Lillian Dickerson May 14
US on pace for best summer ever for short-term rentals
Nationally, short-term rentals are already seeing summer 2021 demand exceed 2019 levels, according to AirDNA, a short-term rental analytics company
by Lillian Dickerson May 13
Blackstone Group, TruAmerica buy 5,800 apartments in San Diego
In what's believed to be one of the biggest real estate deals in San Diego County history, investment firm says it plans to spend $100M renovating the properties
by Matt Carter May 12
5 trends that will dominate the future rental market
The suburbs will likely continue to be popular, but who owns and lives in the houses may change, according to panelists at the Urban Land Institute's virtual Spring Meeting conference
by Jim Dalrymple II May 11