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In this episode of Collective Conversations, Mike Brewer is joined by returning guest Dom Beveridge, Multifamily Proptech Expert, Publisher, and Principal of 20 for 20. Dom partnered with Donald Davidoff and Jeffrey Roper to create a White Paper on the topic of multifamily revenue management. Their work is an answer to a fundamental misunderstanding of how revenue management systems work as published in a ProPublica article in 2022.
Key Discussion Points:
- Multifamily operators are being compared to Cartel-like price-setting practices. Due to pending class action lawsuits, multifamily operators cannot defend their revenue management practices publicly.
- The accusations are untrue and not possible and reveal a clear lack of understanding of the practice of revenue management.
- There are significant barriers to the practice of multifamily operators and owners acting as a unified group to manipulate supply to increase revenue. >The owner and operational market is extremely fragmented.
>Occupancy and Risk
>Ownership objectives vary widely by property.
>Each property’s unique proforma is tied to its capital structure and demands.
>It is impossible for all owners and managers in a market to act in lockstep with respect to pricing strategies.
Mike and Dom dive into the various notes around revenue management in the multifamily industry, a practice that has existed for two decades. If you want to understand this hot topic better, tune in to this compelling episode of Collective Conversations.
Whether you’re a seasoned investor, property manager, vendor/supplier, or someone interested in learning more about the multifamily market, this series offers valuable insights that can help you navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities in this dynamic industry.
About Dom Beveridge – Dom has been a leader in consultancy, technology, and marketing for more than 25 years. He created 20 for 20 – the multifamily industry’s leading survey of operations and technology.
About Mike Brewer – Mike is enthusiastic about people, technology, and the multifamily industry. He serves as President of RADCO Residential and COO of The RADCO Companies. As the Founder of Multifamily Collective, Mike is passionate about sharing insights and wisdom through this series of Collective Conversations with others in this industry. This podcast is a platform for industry professionals to connect, learn, and grow together.
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