Multifamily Women® Podcast

Carrie Antrim

The Multifamily Women® Podcast will explore insightful discussions on the importance of not only elevating women in leadership but also becoming mentors and helping shape the future of the Multifamily industry. As technology advances at rapid pace, you will hear from top experts on the ever-evolving roles women play in multifamily organizations, how they got started in the industry, roadblocks they’ve faced along the way, and what they’re doing now to build and strengthen their current organizations. read less

Improve Apartment Leasing Without “Just Adding Better Amenities”
Sep 12 2022
Improve Apartment Leasing Without “Just Adding Better Amenities”
Improve Apartment Leasing Without “Just Adding Better Amenities”WPM Real Estate Management provides management services for around 25,000 homes across the east coast. They’ve been helping multifamily and other real estate companies for over 15 years and use their experience to add great value to their properties.Rebecca Smith (Becky) is the Senior Leasing Manager at WPM. She started her career in hospitality and brought that experience into leasing, recognizing how important hospitality is within the industry. Becky works to build creative leasing and retention strategies that improve the experience for the resident and the owner. In this episode, we covered: Which approach is better to lease faster - training apartment teams or utilizing software automation?Becky discusses how WPM became even more efficient and what they did during the pandemic to keep vacancy rates below 5%.WPM has used software and new technologies to supplement their staff, instead of leaning on it like a crutch.Implementing new software and technology can be a tricky process and Becky discusses how WPM does this effectively with their teams.What strategies does WPM use to improve lease ups that aren’t just “add better amenities, have better leasing agents, have competitive pricing”?Why the surrounding community is important for every multifamily property, but not for the reason you think.Examples of how Becky’s experience in leasing helped improve the construction part of WPM by creating properties that made more sense and created a better experience.Why an unusual career path like Becky’s may be what the multifamily industry needs more of right now.Connect with Rebecca Smith on LinkedInSenior Leasing Manager at WPM Real Estate ManagementJoin us for the Multifamily Women® Summit!
Meet the Sponsors - Chadwell Supply Co.
Sep 1 2022
Meet the Sponsors - Chadwell Supply Co.
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Chadwell Supply has been an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Operations) source of maintenance supplies, flooring, and training in the Multifamily industry for nearly 40 years. Their customer service, special order, account management, and renovation specialists are able to provide industry-specific expertise and specialized solutions throughout the Southeast region. Chadwell Supply has grown to 19 branches serving customers across the nation. In this episode, we covered:“Chad Supply” was an MRO company started in the 70’s by a group of brothers in Tampa, Florida. They then sold their company to a larger corporation, and fifteen years later the brothers founded "Chadwell Supply," expanding it into a large, nationwide business. Today, they are still actively involved in the daily operations of the company.Rebecca Wagner entered the Chadwell scene six years ago after working in the multifamily industry since the 1990s. Although she didn't know much about maintenance when she started, Chadwell has worked with her and educated her through the process. She has had numerous positions in the company, including assistant manager, property manager, and currently director of national sales.Along with selling maintenance supplies, they also provide onsite training and a renovations team for management and maintenance teams. In addition to association events, they also offer training through online courses.According to Rebecca, many multifamily sites are facing employment shortages and everyone who is ready to learn maintenance is employed, which is wonderful, but they frequently lack the expertise required for a maintenance position. Chadwell is able to assist them by offering instruction and training. Since the beginning of COVID, Chadwell has experienced an inventory deficit. Even their manufacturing partners have fallen behind, but through client communication, they have been able to avoid making false promises and have collectively overcome the hurdles that come with these shortages.Rebecca has attended the Multifamily Women® Summit every year since it started, and she is excited to bring along five coworkers this year. Rebecca says the summit is more than a chance for networking; attendees should expect to go away inspired and knowledgeable about potential problems in the industry.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Rebecca Wagner, Director of National Accounts at Chadwell Supply.
Meet the Sponsors Series - CredHub
Aug 29 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - CredHub
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.CredHub offers property owners and managers a way to cut down on missed and late rent payments from renters while also providing analytics on how well their properties are performing. CredHub gives business owners the ability to integrate their product into all major rent roll systems and to create custom solutions, such as a credit-building program that notifies credit bureaus of both good and negative payments. CredHub  provides accurate credit reporting and also obtains information from the rent roll to track down missed and late rent payments. Owners and operators get the option to add an identity theft monitoring/protection system that offers access to 24/7 US-based privacy advocates, protection for lost wallets, and dark web monitoring. These initiatives promote on-time rent payments and discourage late payments.In this episode, we covered:Lisa Strauser, Sales Director at CredHub, appeared on the Multifamily Women® Podcast to talk about the history of the business and the contributions it is making to the multifamily industry. CredHub launched in 2018 and works with 150 US property management firms. They offer rental reporting, with more than 70,000 residents reported each month.By providing renters credit for paying their rent, CredHub's solutions level the playing field between homeowners and renters. In doing this, they can assist renters in improving their FICO scores.CredHub helps management teams reduce debt from former residents and holds renters accountable for their monthly payments to reduce delinquency issues. CredHub spares owners and management the responsibility of paying up-front fees. Over the course of the first calendar year, they develop their service with property owners and charge a 12th of the portfolio up front. Properties gradually pay as residents approach their lease renewal period. Although owners can opt to only obtain positive credit reporting, CredHub offers both positive and negative credit reports.Residents report that during the first few months, their FICO score rose by an average of 20 to 70 points and teams in charge of property management are receiving more timely payments.CredHub has partnered with Allstate in order to provide identity theft resolution that safeguards clients' digital footprints, and backs identity breaches with fraud and restoration policies. Property owners can choose this option for a lower per-person rate than market rate.Lisa is enthusiastic about the Multifamily Women® Summit because she is excited to bring a group of women together to share their passions and to connect. She attended the previous summit and attests to the speakers' engaging and insightful content, saying that it is impossible not to leave inspired. Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Lisa Strauser, Sales Director at CredHub.
Meet the Sponsors Series - Arize
Aug 27 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Arize
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Arize is a smart apartment solutions company offering the convenience of smart automation to property managers and residents. The Arize platform upgrades multifamily properties for increased operating efficiencies and higher earning potential, while residents enjoy modern smart home amenities for a connected and secured living experience.In this episode, we covered:Introduced by Sylvia Crawford, Senior Director of Marketing and Strategy at Arize, Arize is a smart home platform that has been addressing a gap in the multifamily industry since 2019. The Arize team is made up of a variety of IOT aficionados with experience in consumer electronics, real estate technology, apartment residents and property owners. Arizes' long-term connections with their partners have aided them in creating a diversified ecosystem of smart devices that work in unison with one another. According to Sylvia, Arize streamlines multifamily owners' and operators' operations throughout all 50 states.Arize offers moisture detectors that alert management the moment moisture is found, reducing leaks and property damage, as well as hubs that facilitate communication between all smart devices.Mobile devices can be used by management and residents to access locks. These locks have functions that cause doors to automatically lock after a predetermined amount of time. Additionally, motion detectors and alarms discourage attempted break-ins and are simple to control when residents are absent from their apartments.Arize provides improved convenience and security to draw in and keep residents. The solutions increase leasing signings and raise retention rates, adding value to buildings, states Sylvia.Sylvia is looking forward to the Multifamily Women® Summit in 2022 and sharing her expertise in the PropTech industry. In addition, she says she is looking forward to hearing from business leaders at the event and to be a part of something that will open doors for others.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Sylvia Crawford, Senior Director of Marketing and Strategy at Arize.
Meet the Sponsors Series - Cable Contract Negotiation Group (CCNG)
Aug 26 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Cable Contract Negotiation Group (CCNG)
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.The purpose of Cable Contract Negotiation Group, or CCNG, is to assist Multifamily owners and stakeholders in making the best decision for their community regarding video, Internet, and phone (i.e., “telecom”) services delivered to residents, according to Director of Strategic operations, Mark Weaver.Some Multifamily owners and investors are not aware of the myriad of details required to “get it right” in terms of Right of Entry agreements, nor are they aware of the attached exchange between owners and providers for rights regarding wiring, marketing, and owner compensation.Every building has a unique set of wires and technologies, every community has a unique set of service needs, every ownership group has a unique set of long- or short-term objectives, and every telecom provider has a unique set of claims and actual results. All of these items must be weighed accurately in order for stakeholders to make the right decision(s) for their community. CCNG serves stakeholders to ensure stakeholders have the most accurate, most specific, and most actionable intelligence and strategies with which to make the best decision.In this episode, we covered:Mark Weaver is no new name in the business world and can remember shaking hands with investors at only five years old. He currently serves as Cable Contract Negotiation Group's (CCNG) Director of Strategic Operations. CCNG works on behalf of owners and investors on negotiation contracts with cable providers.One issue Mark frequently encounters is owners who are unaware that they even have contracts with cable companies to begin with. Prior to doing business with them, CCNG helps owners and investors determine what they need by taking the time to educate them on cable contracts. According to Mark, the team is happy to speak with and notify owners at no expense to them.CCNG discusses contracts with multifamily owners in order to maximize revenue and increase profitability. Although Mark and the CCNG team are not attorneys, they have a deep understanding of the telecom industry and the legalese used in their contracts.In order to help owners and investors avoid legal difficulties and the trouble that comes with not understanding the risks in a contract, CCNG will also work with attorneys to familiarize them with the terminology that many telecom organizations employ in their contracts.The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) rules have recently been altered, and many multifamily investors are unaware of when they must obtain FCC approval. CCNG is knowledgeable about FCC laws and, according to Mark, can potentially help their clients in avoiding costly legal battles with major cable corporations.The easiest way to get in touch with Mark is via email at mweaver@ccng.com or get in touch with any of the other CCNG specialists at CCNGpro.com.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Mark Weaver
Meet the Sponsors Series - MRI Software
Aug 25 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - MRI Software
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media PlatformIt’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket. MRI Software has been in the PropTech industry for over five decades and  is a provider of real estate software solutions that redefine the way communities live, work and play.  The MRI platform assists Multifamily owners, operators, and occupiers in innovating in quickly evolving markets. Based outside Cleveland, Ohio, MRI Software serves more than two million users worldwide with offices in the United States, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa, and the United Kingdom.In this episode, we covered:51 years ago, MRI started out as a real estate finance company. They are now a well-known real-estate software company that is committed to providing operators in the multifamily space with solutions to give them more time in the day to work on expanding their business.MRI provides standalone or agnostic solutions for background checks, insurance policies, package delivery, rent payment methods, and calling technology for multifamily properties worldwide.All MRI solutions can function independently or be linked into current client technology platforms, saving owners and investors from having to overhaul their existing systems and enabling seamless integration.According to Andrea and Lori, MRI is assisting in the prevention of fraud with Checkpoint ID, which gives multifamily owners and operators detailed information to safeguard employees and property management from fraudulent residents. Additionally, MRI can help ensure that residents maintain their insurance coverage and do not cancel it once they have their keys in hand.Andrea and Lori state that clients of MRI are relieved by the company's ability to offer so many alternatives that reduce labor expenses, handle difficult conversations with prospective residents regarding background checks, and give staff members more time to concentrate on other elements of the property.Lori and Andrea are thrilled to be attending the Multifamily Women® Summit, as it  aligns with the fundamentals of MRI. Seven out of the seventeen members of the MRI Leadership team are women, and they value the opportunity to encourage and recognize other female professionals in the field. In addition, MRI has established an open-to-all Women and Allies club where members can discuss business-related topics and offer their opinions on readings as related to the multifamily industry. Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Andrea Matheny, Vice President of Residential Sales and Lori Lord, Sales Director at MRI Software.
Meet the Sponsors Series - Refuel Electric Vehicle Solutions (REVS)
Aug 24 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Refuel Electric Vehicle Solutions (REVS)
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Having 70+ years of experience in commercial real estate, Refuel Electric Vehicle Solutions (REVS) has a unique insight into the needs of property owners looking to provide electric vehicle charging stations throughout their portfolio. REVS is a full-service electric vehicle charging company that works with real estate owners and managers to install electric vehicle charging stations on commercial real estate properties.In this episode, we covered:David Aaronson was watching a television show about the manufacturing of electric vehicle charging stations when he realized that every apartment community will have residents driving electric vehicles and hence would need an electric vehicle (EV) charging station. Aaronson launched Refuel Electric Vehicle Solutions (REVS for short) after recognizing how much the new car market would change within the next decade.In order to install electric vehicle charging stations on properties, REVS provides a consultancy service that works with developers and engineers. REVS installs electric charging stations and upgrades the electrical system of properties at no expense to the owners. REVS will also compensate for electricity used and split earnings with multifamily properties.Aaronson discusses the high rate of return on investment offered by EV charging stations and how multifamily communities without them could potentially lose residents to those who do.At the 2022 Multifamily Women® Summit, REVS is thrilled to have the chance to inform owners and operators and assist them in making the best choices for their properties.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with David Aaronson, Founder at Refuel Electric Vehicle Solutions
Meet the Sponsors Series - TheGuarantors
Aug 23 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - TheGuarantors
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.TheGuarantors’ products provide greater accessibility and protection for renters and property managers alike by helping renters qualify for the unit they want and by protecting property managers against default. Christy Metz, Senior Director at TheGuarantors, discusses this affordable substitute to a traditional security deposit that leaves cash in renters’ pockets.In this episode, we covered:Christy started her career in the multifamily industry more than 20 years ago, first as a supplier partner, and has now completely transitioned to the supplier side. After meeting Bob Schmidt in Chicago last year, he welcomed her into TheGuarantor's team to help establish an enterprise sales team. Seven years ago, Schmidt, with his perspective on operations, and Julien Bonneville, with his perspective on renters, were able to collaborate to create what is now known as TheGuarantors.Christy discusses how TheGuarantors provide insurance that guards against rent default and offers rental management a full month's worth of rent protection via insurance against damages at no expense to the property management company. When a property management company works with TheGuarantors, it can provide prospective residents conditional clearance after an initial screening rather than requiring them to obtain a co-signer or pay upfront costs. The renter is instead invited to requalify to reside at that community. Depending on the risk rating of the renter, the quantity of coverage required by the property for that specific screening result, and the amount of the rent, the cost of the policy can range from 15% to 80% of the rent.Christy discusses the importance of having an ESG program in place because it opens up the opportunity to connect with residents on a deeper level. She says that renters place high value on a brand that offers them a second chance at secure housing.  Christy is eager to expand her network at the 2022 Multifamily Women® Summit by getting in touch with  other professional women in the field and reconnecting with colleagues she hasn't seen in a while. She is thrilled to work for a business that values women in leadership positions and in an industry that is constantly seeking opportunities for improvement.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Christy Metz, Senior Director at TheGuarantors
Meet the Sponsors Series - Dwelo
Aug 22 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Dwelo
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Dwelo is bringing smart device technology to apartment communities. Their software, hardware, and service platform enables the owners and managers of multifamily properties to offer smart homes as an amenity to their residents and simultaneously improves the efficiency of property operations. Dwelo smart apartments are live in thousands of apartments from coast to coast. In this episode, we covered:Pam Yoon, the company's Principal Product Manager, gives us a detailed overview of Dwelo, the first smart community system in the sector.According to Pam, Dwelo streamlines processes and increases ROI while saving time for property staff. Residents can use their mobile devices to operate the thermostat, keys, security, pool fencing, gym doors, and more.Dwelo also offers leak detection to help prevent major issues early on and  eliminates the trouble of having to rekey locks. The ability to manage thermostats in vacant apartments allows multifamily investors to make monthly savings of up to $38 per vacant unit, Pam states.Dwelo gives investors the opportunity to market their apartments as smart homes and is regarded as an amenity, which implies that it can boost rent by an additional 2% to 3%.At the Multifamily Women® Summit, Pam is eager to network with owners and developers to get firsthand feedback about the product and to ask and answer any questions about Dwelo.Want to support the Multifamily Women Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Pam Yoon, Principal Product Manager at Dwelo
Meet the Sponsors - LeaseHawk
Aug 19 2022
Meet the Sponsors - LeaseHawk
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.At LeaseHawk, their focus is to bring emerging technologies to the multifamily industry. Multifamily leasing professionals can personally engage with prospects on a whole new level from not just their desktop, but from any mobile device thanks to the multi-channel platform, which incorporates phone, email, text, and speech recognition into a mobile application. LeaseHawk is responsible for tracking and monitoring millions of dollars in leasing opportunities every year by processing over 13 million calls and identifying over 2.7 million prospects annually.In this episode, we covered:Sarah Saglam, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at LeaseHawk, takes us inside ACE, a conversational leasing assistant AI that can answer more than 130 of the most frequent questions posed by potential residents via text and voice chat.The fact that 73% of prospective residents expect a callback within 24 hours, 87% of callers leave a voicemail, and more than half of prospective residents won't call back if their call is missed are significant statistics, and Sarah talks about how ACE may help retain potential residents.Leasehawk's attention is not just on how to enhance the property, but also on how they can assist prospects and clients by offering solutions. In addition to assisting lease experts in automating time-consuming administrative tasks, ACE's new technology also aids in data analysis, reduces labor shortages, and enhances work-life balance for employees.Sarah is a longtime friend of Multifamily Leadership and a sponsor at this year's Multifamily Women® Summit.  She highlights the importance of #FindYourCrew and expresses her excitement for all of the meaningful connections she will make at the summit, as well as for both discovering and providing mentorship to others.Want to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Sarah Saglam, Senior Vice President at LeaseHawk
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rent.
Aug 18 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rent.
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Rent. targets first-time renters, connecting them to various types of rental properties to help them discover the right home that fits their needs.Rent. connects properties with close to 50 million in-market home seekers per month through their network of listing sites. Using their proprietary data, properties can reach in-market renters with search ads, social ads and email marketing solutions that are powered by their marketplace.In this episode, we covered:Rent. has been on a journey; Kathy refers to it as a "50-year-old startup." She has only been working for the business for five months, but in that time, it has undergone a complete redesign from its previous name, RentPath, which first concentrated on ILS listings.With the new rebrand, Rent. has evolved into a more solutions-based business, expanding its suite to more effectively support address management, leasing, managing contracts with potential clients, and raising awareness through digital campaigns.Kathy discusses how she is thrilled to be a part of a group that she feels goes beyond the standard client relationship. Kathy states that Rent. has improved client relations and created more opportunity for them to continue prioritizing the renter. She expresses excitement to be in this industry and claims that this is just the beginning for Rent.This year, Kathy will attend the Multifamily Women® Summit for the first time, and she is delighted about the chance to invest in her career, which she sees as an opportunity for self care.Want to support the Multifamily Women Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Kathy Neumann, Chief Marketing Officer, Rent.
Meet the Sponsors - Nice Healthcare
Aug 17 2022
Meet the Sponsors - Nice Healthcare
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Nice Healthcare takes away the expense and frustration of traditional primary healthcare by bringing it right to the resident’s home at an affordable price.They alleviate pains and expenses for residents by allowing them to schedule appointments online, while also being able to get in-person care when needed.Nice Healthcare allows residents to take the preventative measures necessary to take control of their health.In this episode, we covered:The challenges faced by the founder of Nice Healthcare dealing with his own daughter's healthcare, which ultimately led to the creation of the companyWhat it’s like to use Nice Healthcare as a resident compared to busy doctor’s officesHow and why healthcare can matter more to residents than other amenitiesWhy Kelly and Nice Healthcare are excited to sponsor and attend the Multifamily Women® Summit (Make sure to talk to her while you’re there!)Want to support the Multifamily Women Summit and platform and get your very own meet the sponsor podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Kelly Jordan-Krasner on LinkedInVice President of Growth at Nice HealthcareWant to hear more about Nice Healthcare? Listen to their podcast episode with Patrick Antrim on the Multifamily Innovation Show!
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rently
Aug 5 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rently
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Rently is a smart home and self-guided touring hardware and software provider.Rently’s all-in-one solution allows real estate operators to provide touring and living experiences for their current and future residents while optimizing their leasing efficiency and expanding revenue opportunities.In this episode, we covered:The journey Rently has been on since 2011 and how they survived the pandemic with their innovative solutionsWhy Karissa is so excited to be working with Rently and how they’re helping the multifamily industry every dayThe challenges and obstacles Rently is helping solve with multifamily residents, owners, operators, and investorsProduct specifics and the multifamily markets and asset classes Rently is servingWhy Karissa is excited to attend the Multifamily Women® SummitWant your company featured on the Multifamily Women® Podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Karissa Reardon on LinkedInVice President, Strategic Sales at Rently
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rent Dynamics
Aug 3 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Rent Dynamics
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, Technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.In today’s episode, Carrie talks with Mike Wolber, Chief Revenue Officer at Rent Dynamics.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Rent Dynamics was born and built inside of the multifamily industry, out of the realization that there was an opportunity to make people’s lives easier.Their mission is to improve the experience of the rental journey through technology and services that create an intuitive and seamless customer experience. In this episode, we covered:The history of Rent Dynamics and what makes them a unique multifamily service provider.How Rent Dynamics is helping multifamily organizations overcome challenges within the industry, not only for residents, but also for industry professionals.Why Rent Dynamics is excited to support the Multifamily Women® Summit and platform.Why Mike believes observing others in the same industry is a benefit to you and your company's time.Want your company featured on the Multifamily Women® Podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Mike Wolber on LinkedInChief Revenue Officer at Rent Dynamics
Meet the Sponsors Series - Cushman & Wakefield
Jul 26 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Cushman & Wakefield
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It’s where Multifamily Innovation, technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our “Meet the Sponsors” series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women® Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket.Cushman & Wakefield is a global commercial real estate services firm. Their purpose is to make an impact. Cushman & Wakefield’s work creates meaningful value for their clients, business, shareholders, people, communities and world.Their values include being inclusive, driven, being successful together and delivering insights that strive for innovation.In this episode, we covered:How Cushman & Wakefield became what they are today by acquiring Pinnacle Property ManagementHow a commercial real estate firm differentiates from others, specifically Cushman & WakefieldRelationship building, why it’s important and how it can make a difference within the industryWomen in business and their impact on the company Why Tina is excited about the Multifamily Women® Summit and building connectionsWant your company featured on the Multifamily Women® Podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Tina West on LinkedInSenior Managing Director, Multifamily at Cushman & Wakefield
Meet the Sponsors Series - Apartments.com
Jul 14 2022
Meet the Sponsors Series - Apartments.com
Multifamily Leadership is an Events, News, and Media Platform.It's where Multifamily Innovation, technology, Investments, and Leaders converge.As part of our Multifamily Women® Summit, we share time with innovative brands as part of our "Meet the Sponsors" series that showcases those brands that are supporting the platform to advance not only technology and innovation, but the women who are making all of that possible.If you haven’t registered for the Multifamily Women Summit yet, now is the time. Go here to grab your ticket. Apartments.com is an online rental marketplace for the multifamily industry. Its intuitive name and innovative features, such as drawing a search area on the map, have kept it as a popular way to find apartments for decades. One of the biggest expenses for multifamily properties is finding new residents and moving them in. Speeding up the process can save an investment’s bottom line. In this episode, we covered:How 45,000 surveyed renters want to view the property while looking onlineThe changes that have happened to the online apartment searching experience in the last two yearsWhat apartments.com does to get new, qualified residents for properties fastHow apartments.com matches the experience for future residents with the experience for propertiesWhy Marcia loves the Multifamily Women Summit as a way to celebrate the successes of women in multifamilyWant your company featured on the Multifamily Women Podcast? Click here to sponsor.Connect with Marcia Bollinger on LinkedInSVP of Multifamily at CoStar Group, the parent company of apartments.com