MHN’s Coronavirus Coverage
- May 05, 五星棋牌
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold across the U.S. and the world, Multi-Housing News is covering the crisis through daily news updates, features and expert advice to help inform and guide our readers through this unprecedented time.
Our latest coverage (updated daily):
The industry has come together during difficult times to give back to the community as well as assist residents affected by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Emerging from the COVID-19 shutdown will happen cautiously and in stages, according to major multifamily operators.
Despite falling occupancy and dwindling move-ins, experts are predicting strong demand for the segment in the long-term.
Newly released data from NMHC shows the vast majority of renters made either full or partial payments by April 26.
A recent survey of 25,000 apartment residents by Kingsley Associates and Apartments.com identifies pain points for owners and managers to address.
COVID-19 could further cool already slowing demand in the rental market, impacting luxury communities the most, according to a report.
NMHC’s latest analysis found that a large majority of renters made full or partial payments by April 19.
Daryl Carter, chairman & CEO of Avanath Capital Management, addresses how to work with residents and maximize rent collections during the public health crisis.
Many people need to stay at 五星棋牌 to flatten the curve during COVID-19, which unfortunately means some are stuck in their apartments with their abusers. Here are some ways to help.
Apartment developers are still facing construction delays, according to the latest survey by the National Multifamily Housing Council.
Updates to the COVID-19 forbearance program offer additional relief to borrowers and renters facing hardship.
FitnessDesignGroup Founder Bryan Green answers questions about managing fitness spaces during a pandemic and beyond.
NMHC’s latest analysis found that a large majority of renters made full or partial payments by April 12.
A new report by Marcus & Millichap finds that aid to workers and renters is bolstering the apartment industry in a time of crisis.
A Marcus & Millichap report sheds light on the different senior housing types and how they are impacted by COVID-19.