When you attend the J Turner Research Summit, you’ll receive unparalleled insight into the current state and future of the apartment industry. You’ll be steeped in data and facts.
Forward-thinking apartment owners and operators are forever trying to anticipate how the U.S. economy will look down the road.
That’s because having some feel into where economic conditions may be headed is critical to crafting sound short- and long-term strategies.
Attendees of the upcoming J Turner Research Summit (Dec. 9-11 at the Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.) will be able to access top-notch, cutting-edge insight into the future state of the U.S. economy by attending “The Economy in 18.104.22.168 … The Future Impact on Multifamily” session, scheduled for 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
The session features Brad Dillman, chief economist at Atlanta-based Cortland, maybe you’ve heard of the firm and its recent $1.2B acquisition of PURE Multi-Family REIT.
Dillman will delve into, among other topics, how changes in federal regulations and interest rates could impact the apartment industry in the immediate future and for years to come such as rent control. The session also will examine how capital market trends that will drive business decisions for multifamily owners and operators.
He is perfectly suited to execute this important session. He supplies in-depth economic research, analysis and forecasts to enhance executive and investment decision-making at Cortland, which has experienced explosive growth in recent years and is known throughout the industry for its innovation.
Dillman thoroughly tracks industry, economic and capital market trends, and his expertise is leveraged during presentations to investors, key stakeholders and industry audiences. To further showcase his expertise, he has authored numerous works on the economy and has helped Cortland become a leading voice on the economic outlook of apartment housing.
We are honored to have Brad share his insights and expertise at the J Turner Summit.
One of the missions of the upcoming J Turner Research Summit is to position our attendees to be innovators.
The first-ever J Turner Research Summit will take place on Dec. 9-11 at the Four Seasons Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Intentionally designed to be different from the traditional industry conference, the Summit will be free of vendors and will focus on data worth knowing for apartment executives, investors, analysts and developers.
No fluff. No vendors. Just the facts. It’s the J Turner Research Summit. It’s data worth knowing, and it’s happening December 9-11 in Scottsdale, AZ.
In this episode, you will discover the power of reputation management, how online reviews serve as the front door to the customer experience, and hear a few key stats from J Turner Research.
First impressions are always the most lasting ones. Not taking care of these nine issues can ruin a resident’s early days at your community.
A few days after a resident moves in to your community, the last thing you want them to write in a review is, “I had the worst leasing experience ever in an apartment” or “Do not move here, they don’t care about you once your name is on the lease” or “I would not recommend this place to my worst enemy.”
Bozzuto manages 51 properties in the 2017 Elite 1% ORA™ Power Ranking of properties by online reputation for the year 2017. The Kensington has bagged the number one spot for three consecutive years including 2017.
Our 2015 national study, Marketing to Different Generations, involving 25,000-plus residents, frames the story of ratings and reviews in the multifamily industry. The report’s findings show that more than half (52%) of prospective apartment renters are turning to ratings and reviews at the beginning of their apartment search. In fact, other than location and price, ratings and reviews are among the first factors consumers consider in looking for an apartment.