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PODCAST | Tech in residential ft. Get Living + Yardi

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Listen to Get Living’s Chris Armstrong, director of brand, product and technology, and Yardi regional director Justin Harley, talking with Paul Unger.


  • Levels of occupancy and enquiries are strong and returning to usual peak for summer
  • Great cities will come back to market health in next 12-18 months
  • Partnerships with brands such as Uber Eats are important
  • Covid has accelerated tech trends that were already there and focus on experience of customer
  • Residents want more control than ever over searching for apartments and signing leases themselves online
  • Community apps and communications are core to successful operations as well as streamlining payables and getting best possible deals
  • Landlords are looking increasingly at how they can improve investor relations and management

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