Diane Batayeh

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Multifamily Executives Share Top Concerns for Industry

The leaders will discuss additional top-level insights at the annual MFE... More

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2022 Apartment Outlook: As Good As It Gets

Multifamily jumps into 2022 flush with cash and booming with optimism as rent... More

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Multifamily Women of Influence

Meet 10 multifamily leaders who are championing the industry, colleagues, and... More

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Technology, Talent Priorities for Multifamily Leaders

Three CEOs tackle industry’s challenges and opportunities during annual MFE... More

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MFE Conference Preview: CEO Power Panel

Village Green’s Diane Batayeh, TruAmerica’s Robert Hart, and UDR’s Tom Toomey to... More

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Strategic Outlook: CEO Power Panel

In a lively and informative session at the 2018 Multifamily Executive Conference, some of the industry’s top CEOs reveal how they’re approaching today’s market and what they’re doing to prepare for tomorrow in this uncertain environment. The topics they discuss include the future of property valuations, what’s driving supply and demand, the state of capital markets, growing construction trends, and methods for building a first-rate organization. Watch as moderator John McManus, vice president and editorial director at Hanley Wood, speaks with John Darby, CEO, The Beach Companies; Steve Patterson, president and CEO, Related Development; Percy Vaz, CEO, AMCAL; David Woodward, CEO, CompassRock Real Estate; and Diane Batayeh, CEO, Village Green. More

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Solving the Talent Crunch

Top property managers share best practices for making good hires. More

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Village Green Announces Strategic Changes, Executive Promotions

Diane Batayeh, David Ferszt, and Barbara Hale will make up the new Village Green... More

Rehab ROI: Which Upgrades Cause the Biggest Rent Bumps?

Flooring replacements? Definitely. Countertops? Maybe. A new roof? Unlikely. But neglect curb appeal and common spaces at your own peril. More

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Succession Planning, Career Development Starts with Education

Helping an employee develop a career path and giving them the skills to meet their goals isn't just good for them: It's the key cog in your company's growth engine. Are you doing all you can? More

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