NEW! 20 for '20 - 2020 Edition Now Available
At the end of 2019 we took the time to interview another 20 executives to get their perspectives on the multifamily industry outlook. Our interviewees included senior leaders in operations and technology, representing a variety of multifamily owners and operators.
The findings that we have summarized in the 20 for '20 white paper provide valuable insight into the issues that are currently "top of mind" in multifamily. The instructive and often surprising findings will help you to separate the reality of the industry from the industry hype.
We recently sat down with Paul Marks, host of Multifamily Matters—the industry's only dedicated radio show—to talk through the new edition of 20 for '20. In the show, we covered the top findings and the implications for the industry.
Once again, Paul brings his wealth of property management insight to some of the most salient details of 20 for '20. It was an enjoyable conversation, and great to get his perspective and to break down the research. Click on the player to listen.
The findings of 20 for '20 have sparked numerous discussions in and around the industry. Shortly after we published the paper, NAA UNITS Magazine published an article that develops a couple of the findings of our research.
In this article, Mike Brewer of RADCO Residential and Dana Caudell of Bainbridge discuss the seismic changes in property technology and the impact that they are already having on property operations and team development.
The original 20 for '20 research was published in February 2019. We wanted to create a new and different perspective, so we interviewed 20 senior leaders in operations and technology, representing a variety of multifamily owners and operators.
With half of the 2019 interviewees also interviewed in the 2020 edition, this original research provides a point of contrast to the current issue, as well as an indication of how much things have changed in a year in multifamily!
As we worked through the research results from 20 for '20 we started to brief executives - both those who took part and others with whom we wanted to share the results. We picked our top five findings for a short presentation.
The briefings stimulated great conversations at this year's NMHC Annual Meeting and in the following weeks, so we turned the presentation into a 10-minute video. Click on the player to get the briefing.
When we released the first edition of 20 for '20 one year ago, it received a lot of industry attention. Paul Marks, the host and producer of Multifamily Matters—the industry's only dedicated radio show—kindly invited us on his show to talk through the 20 for '20 findings and the implications for the industry.
In an engaging hour of conversation with Paul, we probed some of the most salient details of 20 for '20. It was great to talk through the findings, which were still "hot off the press" at the time of recording. Click on the player to listen.