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The Multifamily Innovation® Podcast
Jessica Fern says she wants to start her discussion by talking about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and another less-well known term called Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).
Sheri Druckman, the Vice President of SRG Residential, says it’s an exciting time for Multifamily in legislation. People are going to congress, trying to promote housing initiatives. The main ones are rental assistance, eviction moratorium, and housing affordability, which are part of the American Rescue Plan.
Demetrios Barnes, the Co-Founder of SmartRent, says in the future, every element of a home needs to be connected online. That means from the front gate to the operational tasks, everything should be online and have corresponding software connecting those things. SmartRent serves over 2,000 customers and was recently recognized as one of the Best Places to Work Multifamily®.
Having a vibrant community means having connectivity among your residents. The company Sugar was named on the concept of borrowing a cup of sugar – something that involves friendly interaction, a conversation and building of trust that can bring you closer, and a shared moment that enhances friendships. Nothing will make people renew a lease like feeling part of a community.
In May of 2018, Stellar Residential was invited to participate in a project. Initially, that was intended for their contributions in property management, but that changed. They started getting involved with the selection process with the architect and design team, then the general contractors. Dale Phillips created a comprehensive marketing plan with a “Vision Session” where the team brainstormed ideas.
Audra Lamoon and Scott Sheppard joined the conference from the United Kingdom to discuss emotional intelligence.
John Carlson is celebrating his 20th year working at Mark-Taylor. He was an out-of-work engineer when he started with them in 2001 and has never looked back.
Dustin Lacey is one of three executives at Mark-Taylor, a 35-year-old company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and the largest commercial developer in the state’s history. He oversees a fairly broad umbrella of functions within the Marketing division of Mark-Taylor. The company deals exclusively with Class-A assets, of which it has 67 in Phoenix alone.