When it comes to housing, Americans are placing greater value on walkability, urban revival, and work-life balance. More are looking beyond the traditional single-family house, and almost 1.1 million households chose apartment living over the past four years.
The apartment industry is growing exponentially. In fact, it contributes $1.3 trillion dollars to the U.S. economy annually.
Apartment residents contribute $1.3 trillion annually to U.S. economy.
Connect with Conn: Jeremy Lawson and Stephanie Puryear Helling talk about today’s apartment industry.
Ten years ago, Betsy Kirkpatrick left college and started working as a loan processor and underwriter. Then the mortgage industry collapsed, and she needed a new career. She worked short stints at the Boys and Girls Club, in phone retail sales, and in church management before entering the residential property management (RPM) industry.