Understanding Tenant Eviction Bans And What States Have It

An eviction ban was first put into place when the Trump administration suspended the possibility of eviction for those who suffered job loss due to the coronavirus pandemic along with the CDC also announcing it as an emergency action that was necessary under law. Since the placement of the original ban in September of 2020, a new eviction ban has been put into place but will expire early this fall which is promising for landlords and property owners.

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The Outlook For Multifamily Housing In Georgia Looks Strong

With warm weather most of the year, ample employment opportunities and a high quality of living it’s easy to see the appeal of living in the city of Atlanta or its outskirts. In the last handful of years Atlanta has been attracting the masses as they continue to experience tremendous growth, creating high demand for multifamily housing which is only predicted to increase in the next few years. Known as an iconic American city Atlanta is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Home to fifteen Fortune 500 companies, Coca-Cola. UPS, CNN and Delta Airlines just to name a few, it is an international hub of culture and media.

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What You Need To Know About Low Slope Roofing

Low slope roofing is typically used for commercial buildings such as warehouses, factories, industrial buildings and multi-family housing units. Another term used for low slope roofing is flat roofing. If a roof is considered to be a low sloping roof then that means it has a slope of less than 3 inches per foot which accounts for the roof level going up less than 3 inches vertically for every horizontal foot. There are a handful of reasons for choosing a low slope roofing system over steep slope roofing but before deciding you need to know about low slope roofing first.

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Multifamily Housing Trends For 2021

The multifamily housing sector certainly took a hit this past year but it still managed to weather the storm and persevere in comparison to others. However, property owners still felt the loss of income and are hopeful to start moving forward these next coming years with multifamily housing trends for 2021 providing that glimpse of hope they are looking for.

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2021 Forecast For Multifamily Properties

This year has certainly held it’s challenges but the question now presents itself, ‘ what will 2021 look like? At this point we can clearly see that 2020 will transition into the coming year but how it will transition into the new year for the multifamily industry holds its predictions. Let’s look at some highlights that may give us insight into the 2021 forecast for multifamily properties.

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Preparing Your Multifamily Housing Roof For The Winter

Depending on the area, a winter season can be long and harsh. Once the rain and snow come, getting onto a roof can be tricky and oftentimes dangerous. Preparing a multi-family housing roof for the winter is not only a precautionary step in avoiding roofing problems; it also aids in preventing accidents where roofers are concerned. Here is a list of things to winterize when preparing your multifamily housing roof for the winter.

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Multi-Family 2020 Trends To Watch

Employment growth and overall household income have always played a part in driving the economy. Since the Covid-19 pandemic, people have been laid off and as a result, the economy has been impacted. Here we will look at how the multi-family industry has been impacted, what they can expect and what multifamily 2020 trends to watch for.

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What To Know About Multi-Family Property Insurance

Multi-Family property insurance can be complicated at times because there can be so much to think about when it comes to making sure you are properly insured. The last thing anyone wants is financial loss so knowing what to look for in regards to property insurance is essential. Here are some things you will want to know about multi-family property insurance that can help when your ready to buy insurance.

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What Apartment Features Are The Most Popular For Renters?

With rental space being at an all-time high, we’re seeing more development pop up than ever before and if you haven’t noticed, the style and amenities are changing. Not everyone is looking to buy a house but there are features of a home or amenities within housing communities that some still find appealing and that’s where apartment developers are placing their attention.

Spaces And Services

Unlike before, when apartments used to seek after offering clubhouses, fitness rooms and a pool combo; development spaces are now looking to offer more in terms of space and in addition, services that those spaces include. Pools are still considered highly attractive to renters all throughout the year. Even if they don’t make use of them all year round, it’s still something they want when it comes to apartment shopping. The up factor is providing services such as water classes for residents which allow them to maximize their residential space all within living proximity.

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Tips to Build Community in your Multifamily Property

Multi-family owners and operators carry the responsibility to not only create a sense of home and safety for their tenants, but also the atmosphere and feel of the apartments community. It’s a significant task and one that owners and operators should feel honored to provide. Tenants living side by side will not always engage with one another as they go about their day to day. This is why it’s important to cultivate an atmosphere where tenants can gather and build community with one another. The following tips provide some ideas to potentially build an engaging sense of community.

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