The Apartment Academy Launches the Multifamily Industry’s First Operations-Focused Podcast, Featuring All-Star Lineup of Commercial Real Estate Industry Experts
THE ANGEL–(BUSINESS WIRE) – The Apartment Academy today announced the launch of the multi-family industry’s only business-focused podcast. The Apartment Academy is a bi-weekly podcast of 20-30 minutes that features insights from guests who are industry leaders, investors, vendors, and technology providers. It provides best practices for operating efficiently, reducing operational risk, and maximizing return on investment. The first six episodes are already available.
“Shared apartment management is a complicated business and operations teams tend to be short of resources,” said Daniel Cunningham, author and host of the Apartment Academy podcast. “Practical operational advice from industry experts will appeal to local teams as well as owners and investors who want to understand how to grow their business and maximize profits through effective operations.”
The Apartment Academy’s podcast focuses on supporting the operations team, including community managers, leasing agents, service managers, and regional managers. The bi-weekly podcast will be hosted by Daniel Cunningham, a 20-year veteran of the multi-family industry who has served in a unique way as a writer, owner, operator and technology entrepreneur. In each episode, Cunningham gathers insights from the executives of established real estate management companies, major vendors, or other thought leaders in commercial real estate, taking the pulse of what’s most important to reducing operational risk and maximizing investment returns.
Apartment Academy’s first episodes released today include:
The Rent Roll Triangle with John Wilhoit, Vice President of the Wilhoit Investment Network, which oversees more than 10,000 multi-family units.
Maintenance is more than work assignments with Chad Moulin, owner and vice president of PropOps, facilities of Goldrich Kest Management Co., Inc., which owns and manages real estate across California, including 120 homes with 13,188 units and over 11 million square feet of total commercial space . US retail and industrial real estate.
Solve multi-family insider issues with Brent Williams, Chief Insider and founder of Multifamily Insiders, the largest online networking group for multi-family professionals.
Dealing with Difficult Residents / Toxic Persons with Maria Pietroforte, Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Coach and Trainer at Maria Pietroforte Consulting, who advises multi-family businesses, executives and startups on developing conventional, military, affordable and vertically integrated communities.
Improve employee relationships with Jen Piccotti, Chief Learning Officer of Swift Bunny, provider of Ingage by Swift Bunny ™, the first event-driven year-round feedback system for the life cycle of employees in the housing industry.
Security Deposit Insurance with Ed Wolff, Chief Revenue Officer of LeaseLock, a leading insurtech real estate platform that has insured leases worth over $ 1 billion.
The Apartment Academy podcast can be listened to and downloaded from sites such as Spotify and YouTube on Apple and Android devices.
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Apartment Academy’s podcast is the only business-focused podcast in the multi-family real estate industry that offers insights from industry leaders, investors, vendors, and technology providers. For those investing in apartment buildings or involved in the day-to-day operations of on-site apartment buildings, this is the source of the best practices that will help them operate efficiently, reduce operational risk, and maximize return on investment. The bi-weekly podcast will be hosted by Daniel Cunningham, a 20-year veteran of the multi-family industry who has served in a unique way as a writer, owner, operator and technology entrepreneur. In each episode, Daniel will get insights from executives at established real estate management companies, major vendors or other thought leaders in commercial real estate who know exactly what is most important to owners and operators.