Heidi Kormann returns for part II of Episode 7 and discusses the challenges and upsides of multifamily portfolio management during the ongoing pandemic.
Biggest challenges (and surprising upsides) Multifamily portfolio managers encounter during COVID-19
Industry rent collection and occupancy trends since March
Best practices gained from third-party property managers
Communication with residents
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