Marc brings over 12 years of real estate and technology experience to his role as Co-Founder & CEO of HelloData. He worked in real estate for 5 years before launching multifamily predictive analytics startup Enodo, which he sold to Walker & Dunlop (NYSE: WD) in 2019. From there he rose to Chief Product Officer and built technology that reduced W&D’s underwriting times by over 30% before returning to the startup world to launch HelloData in 2023.
Marc received his Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University, and is a licensed managing broker in Illinois. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, running, and spending time with his wife and 4 children.
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Choosing the best property management software for your real estate business can be complicated. This article covers some of the things we'd recommend looking at, as well as our Top 5 recommendations for multifamily investors and property managers.
Property managers, landlords, and investors all understand the importance of maintaining high occupancy in rental properties. To consistently attract and retain tenants though, sometimes you have to offer rent concessions, also known as specials.
I wanted to write this series of posts to answer each of the most common questions we hear in demos, and to give some specific examples of how our approach delivers the best rent comps, highly accurate expense benchmarks, and a greatly accelerated multifamily market analysis process.
One important data point for any multifamily analysis is Net Effective Rent (NER). This guide will demystify net effective rent, discuss its importance in multifamily properties, and introduce some indispensable tools and calculators that can help property managers and investors make informed decisions.
Whether it’s for a multifamily property or single-family rental (SFR), every rental property investor wants to collect the highest rent possible to maximize the value of their investment. But it can be difficult to find good sources of rental market data, and challenging to determine which properties are truly relevant rent comps for your investment.