So you have a new business idea but don’t know how to test the waters to see if there’s a market for it. Where do you start? And how can you collect vital consumer information when also trying to socially distance?
The novel coronavirus has forced all of us to make major changes to our lifestyles. Many of us are still locked in our apartments with little to no physical interaction with others. But as bad as things are for us, it’s our elderly neighbors that are most impacted by the ongoing pandemic.
Finding the right place to call home is not an easy job. And if you’ve landed the perfect place in your first hunt, consider yourself lucky! The hard part is understanding how the property is managed.
Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve talked to building associations and residents in cities around the world. Everyone is scared and unsure how quarantine will affect how they live comfortably today and into the future. With no clear end date followed by what most estimate will be the worst economic downturn in the last 50 years, it makes everyone wonder what life will look like at home.
We could call this time in history as “Homecoming quarantine 2020”. So, we’re all home now, cozy, stressed, and very possibly in a panic-driven atypical need to catch anyone out there for a chat.
When the world shuts down and tells you to go home and stay home for a couple weeks, what does that mean to everyone living in any type of multiple-family residence? From duplexes to apartment buildings with hundreds of units, social distancing can prevent your building from running smoothly. Has anyone stopped to ask: