Rising material costs in every aspect of apartment management are affecting budgets, projects, development timelines, renovations, and preventive maintenance. It’s a situation like never before.
In addition to rising prices, product availability and delivery times from the supply chain management crisis are disrupting workflows – not to mention leasing and move-ins.
Watch our webinar on-demand where industry leaders from the supplier, operational, and development side of multifamily apartment management discussed the current situation, ways to navigate, and what could come next.
- Paula Munger, AVP, Industry Research & Analysis, National Apartment Association
- Mike Brewer, COO, Radco Residential
- Michael Mangun, Maintenance Operations Advisor, WPM Real Estate Management, AMO®
Current material availability, soaring prices, and delivery bottlenecks.
Handling move-ins, lease-ups, and general operations in this climate.
Experts forecast 3, 6, and 12 months
down the road.
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