COVID-19 Multifamily Roundup (March 30-April 3, 2020)
Tools for Communicating with Residents Regarding Rent Flexibility, Federal Assistance and Rent Obligations
NMHC | By Kim Duty
“We are sensitive to the fact that residents hearing about eviction moratoriums on the news may mistakenly believe that they do not have to pay their rent even if they have not been financially impacted by the pandemic.”
Owners and Tenants Adjusting to a New World for Multifamily
Urban Land Insitute | By Beth Mattson-Teig
“The primary focus for apartment owners and managers is making sure their residents and employees are safe. At the same time, the industry is very much in the customer service business.”
More Apartment Operators Move to Flex Payment Models
NMHC | By Kevin Donnelly, Sarah Yaussi
“At a time when many renters are facing COVID-19-related financial hardships, apartment operators are responding with a variety of payment alternatives that can ease the strains on their wallets.”
At Long Last, the Cycle Ends. What’s Next?
Commercial Property Executive | By Paul Fiorilla
“Yardi Matrix’s Paul Fiorilla assesses the outlook for commercial property sectors, the real estate capital markets and the economy.”
You can find all of Arbor Chatter’s coronavirus coverage, including its ongoing COVID-19 Multifamily Roundup here. For a list of industry resources that offer helpful information related to the virus outbreak, please see our Coronavirus CRE Resource Guide.