The Lease-Up is a podcast series that explores issues within the multifamily housing industry, including trends, legislation impacting the market and insights from leading industry figures. Find more at our website: www.multihousingnews.com
Marketing Lessons for 2021 With Cory Vasquez
In this first episode of our “Mission Success: Women in Multifamily” podcast series, Realty ONE Group Chief Marketing Office Cory Vasquez talks about the top five real estate lessons she’s learned throughout her extensive career in marketing and communication. In a fun and skillful way, she discloses some of her secrets and provides tips for an effective communication strategy with residents and prospects. Additionally, Vasquez talks about her mentors and sources of inspiration.
2020 Is Over. What’s Next?
How was 2020 for the multifamily industry? Fragmented, according to Paula Munger, the expert leading the National Apartment Association’s research efforts. In the last podcast of the year, Munger and Multi-Housing News Senior Associate Editor Laura Calugar discuss key takeaways from this atypical year and take a look at what 2021 might look like.
NMHC's Doug Bibby Looks Back on 2020
National Multifamily Housing Council President Doug Bibby, who has led the influential industry organization for the last two decades, looks back on the unprecedented events of 2020 and how they impacted the multifamily sector. In conversation with MHN Senior Associate Editor Holly Dutton, Bibby talks about why he decided to postpone his planned exit from the organization this year, the latest efforts in the push for federal rent relief, where things stand with rent collections and the worries over growing renter debt, and why he’s optimistic about multifamily’s future.
How Prop. 21 Could Impact California's Multifamily Industry
A hotly contested ballot measure on rent control in California will be decided in the general election Nov. 3, and it has major implications for the rental housing industry. MHN's Holly Dutton speaks with Tom Bannon, CEO of the California Apartment Association, about what exactly Prop. 21 entails, how previous legislation led to its creation, and what it’s passage could mean for the industry.
Unpredictability Remains Rental Housing Providers’ Main Concern | The Lease-up
Although the housing market is a bright spot in the economy, owners and operators worry about what’s next. In our new podcast, NAA’s Paula Munger shares the findings of the association’s latest surveys.
Where Will the Economy Be by Year-End?
In this episode of our quarterly series, NAA's Paula Munger reveals the association’s most recent findings about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on its members’ portfolios.