Jessica Fiur is the editor-in-chief at Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive and writes the award-winning blog What Renters Want.

Jessica has been with the company since 2011 and previously was with Weekly Reader and IQPC. Contact Jessica at [email protected], on Twitter @jfiur or on LinkedIn

MHN Executive Council: More Multifamily Trends & Tech for 2023

Additional tech suggestions for property managers and marketers.

Insider Tips, FAQs and Secrets for a Great MHN Award Submission

Entering the MHN Excellence Awards? Here’s the info you need for a stellar entry.

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

How Climate Change Is Affecting Multifamily Risk Management

As more areas are experiencing natural disasters, insurers and developers are taking note.

MHN Executive Council: How Multifamily Can Give Back

Many in the multifamily industry want to work for the greater good. Here are some suggestions on how to champion social issues within your company.

ChatGPT & Multifamily Marketing: Face Your Fears

AI can actually make a lot of aspects of the job easier.

Enter the 2023 MHN Excellence Awards

The 17th annual awards program recognizes the industry’s most noteworthy people, companies, properties and more. Enter by March 31st for our special early bird rates.

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Property Managers & Marketers: Here Are 12 Things We’re Going to Stop Doing in 2023

It’s time to stop doing the things that no longer serve us and our residents. Consider these the anti-resolutions—ones you can actually do.

MHN Executive Council: 2023 Multifamily Trends & Tech

What should property managers and marketers focus on this year? The MHN Executive Council gives their top suggestions.

Hot Trends for 2023 Multifamily Marketing

A look at AI, SEO tips, design trends and more! Marketers at the OutREACH Live shared what to look out for.

Jessica Fiur, Editor-in-Chief

Supply-Chain Issues and the Multifamily Industry

Construction costs, labor challenges and a lack of supply are all still affecting the apartment business. But unlike in the recent past, owners and operators are finding workarounds.

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