What to Watch in 2018: 7 Predictions for the Housing Market & Property Management Industry

Robin Young

As a property manager, the day-to-day responsibilities that demand your attention can be all-consuming. It’s rare that you get the chance to press ‘pause’ on the tasks in front of you and shift your focus to the larger context that your business inhabits. However, the start of a new year is the perfect opportunity to take a step back and ask, “How do the larger forces at play in the real estate market impact my job on a daily basis—and how can I leverage this knowledge to stay one step ahead of the competition?”

As you’re thinking through your strategy for the coming year, we know that you don’t have the time to find out what hundreds of experts have to say about the 2018 real estate market. That’s why we did it for you—and we’ve boiled down our extensive research into 7 quick predictions to help you prepare for the challenges you can expect to face.

Whether you’re a property manager trying to crack the code to keeping great tenants in your units in the long term; a property owner hoping to understand why your units gain and lose value from year to year; or an investor looking for up-and-coming markets to grow your business, this guide is for you. Download this free guide now to discover answers to these pressing questions:

  • Will home prices continue their steep climb in 2018—and how will this impact the rental market?
  • Which American cities will see the most growth?
  • How should property managers calibrate their strategies to attract new residents and retain current ones?
  • And more
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