(Panelists, clockwise from top left) Jennifer Cassidy, Campus Advantage; Keith Thompson, The Scion Group; Casey Petersen, Peak Campus; and moderator Jake Jarman, Redstone Residential.
Last week Student Housing Business hosted a webinar called “Move-In is a Month Away! Are Your Student Housing Properties & Portfolios Ready?” where four leading operators/managers spoke about the plethora of challenges the industry faces when it comes to turn, move-in and operation for the Fall 2020 semester. As students move in, planning becomes much more complex across for those in charge of properties.
for insights on a range of topics and discussion points about what it takes to get properties and portfolios ready for the fall semester.
Hear what these experts have to say on the following topics:
- General fall pre-lease trends in the student housing sector
- California State university system and the impact of its policies
- Pre-turn and vendor expectations on properties
- Safety concerns for student housing properties: Move-out procedures, sanitation and PPE, partially occupied units, emergencies and outbreaks
- Move-ins and res life experience
- Jennifer Cassidy, Campus Advantage
- Keith Thompson, The Scion Group
- Casey Petersen, Peak Campus
- Jake Jarman, Redstone Residential (moderator)
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