November 2017

Monthly Archives

  • Yardi Matrix Report for November Reflects Rent Stabilization

    U.S. multifamily market remains strong despite headwinds SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Nov. 30, 2017 – While U.S. multifamily rents fell in November for the second straight month, rates continued to stabilize at moderate growth levels, according to a survey of 121 markets by Yardi® Matrix. Average U.S. rents fell $1 to $1,358 during the month, $4 […]

  • Sprint Runs Energy Efficiency with Yardi Proliphix

    Communications services company cuts costs with an affordable energy management system and continuous commissioning of retail stores

  • DRA Advisors LLC Selects Yardi Property and Investment Management Solutions

    Real estate advisor’s investors and tenants will benefit from single connected platform

  • MARAKEZ Automates Operations with Yardi Solutions

    One of the largest real-estate investment and management companies in Egypt is implementing Yardi Voyager 7S for property and lease management

  • Yardi Matrix Report Documents October Rent Trends

    U.S. rent drop reflects normal seasonal factors and ongoing deceleration. Houston rents rebound in hurricane’s aftermath SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Nov. 13, 2017 – Seasonal factors and an extended deceleration in national rent levels combined to reduce U.S. rents by $4 in October, according to a survey of 121 markets by Yardi Matrix. The drop to […]

  • American Nevada Company Adopts Yardi Commercial Suite

    Commercial developer will manage budgeting, invoice processing, construction and more with a single connected solution

  • Yardi Launches RENTCafé Senior Living Resident App

    New mobile app allows senior living residents and their families to easily manage payments, make maintenance requests and more

  • Yardi Recognised as Property Management Software Provider of the Year in the UK

    Real estate technology firm earns Property Week All-Star Award

  • Yardi Acquires WUN Systems, LLC

    Real estate management and shared workspace technology providers join efforts