Jennifer Carlyle: The Pet Effect on Revenue

It’s a decision student housing operators often wrestle with — to be, or not to be, pet friendly. The pet-friendly approach attracts an entirely different segment of prospects — pet owners —  to your communities. This seems to be an

Chase Harrington: Knowledge, Trust of Artificial Intelligence on the Rise

For some individuals, nothing beats old-fashioned human interaction. They are uncomfortable interacting with anything machine-based. Then there is everyone else — a contingent that continues to grow, according to a recent Entrata study about artificial intelligence and apartment living.  Artificial

Justin Wybenga: A Master Class in Catering to Graduate Students

Pursuing higher education is not a decision to be taken lightly. Whether a student chooses medical, graduate, business or law school, it will require money, time and dedication. Investing in education means less time to worry about other responsibilities, day-to-day