To satisfy both cost and quality-of-life concerns, most students have moved off campus into modernized student housing, and competition for their rent dollars hinges around several key factors. In this webinar, Joseph Batdorf, president of J Turner Research, reveals the most significant results of “Gauging Student Living Preferences,” a survey of 7,095 graduate and undergraduate students prepared exclusively for Multifamily Executive.
Fiberglass and mineral wool insulation is installed in 90% of homes in the United States. Whether you are building a new home or remodeling an older home, insulating the walls to maximize a home's energy performance will not only increase the total comfort of the home, but will help reduce home energy costs.
This webcast reviews system performance, application flexibility and value versatility. Also covered are details such as proper R-value selection, critical installation details and typical installation pitfalls.
Building Design + Performance | Open Building: A Critical Component in Sustainable, High-Performance Housing
Tedd Benson of Bensonwood Homes and Stephen Kendall, Ph.D., of Infill Systems US, explore the concept of open building and how its wide-spread adoption could change how we design homes going forward, creating more flexibility and durability.
Robert Sahadi of the Institute for Market Transformation, Laura Reedy Stukel of Not YET Green Consulting, and Sandra K. Adomatis of Adomatis Appraisal Service will describe some of the new measures being taken to include energy efficiency in mortgages and appraisals.
What You Need to Know About Green Building, presented by Jay Hall, Ph.D., Jay Hall & Associates. Energy codes have been changing dramatically over the last several years, and green programs have been scrambling to keep up. Anything built to code today will become obsolete more quickly than a building built to a beyond-code spec. Green building is now the incubator for coming code changes.
After a decade of expansion in the U.S. apartment market, can performance momentum be sustained? Hear what multi-family housing experts experts Greg Willett and Adam Couch have to say about 2020.
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