There are two categories of participation: multifamily property managers and suppliers to the industry. To be eligible for consideration, organizations must meet the general participation criteria as well as criteria set specifically for their eligibility category.
To be eligible for consideration, organizations must:
• Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business
• Be a publicly or privately held business
• Have a facility in the United States and/or Canada
• Have a minimum of 15 full- or part-time employees working in the United States and/or Canada*
• Must be in business a minimum of 1 year.
*If your organization is a Multifamily Owner utilizing a third party to manage your investments, and you have at least 10 full- or part-time employees working in the United States and/or Canada, please contact Jackie Miller at
Multifamily Property Management Companies/Owners
• Must derive at least 50% of annual revenue from the management, acquisition, and/or
development of multifamily properties; and
• Hold a minimum of 500 units under management.
• Must derive at least 50% of annual revenue from products/services created for/provided to the multifamily industry.
How to enter your organization
All organizations will participate in one of three ways:
1. As an individual organization possessing one Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN).
2. As the parent/holding company of multiple organizations with one FEIN for all subsidiaries. The parent/holding company must register with all eligible employees working for that parent/holding company.
3. Subsidiaries of a parent/holding organization may register separately if each subsidiary organization possesses a separate FEIN. If the organization has multiple facilities, branches, factories, offices or stores, all locations must be included in the survey if they operate under the same FEIN.
Which employees to include
Include all current, full- and part-time United States and/or Canadian employees in the survey process, from the CEO, partners, all the way to line-level employees, including remote employees. Remote employees are defined as employees that work from home or on the road who directly report to a supervisor in the United States and/or Canada. Employees physically located outside of the United States/Canada are not eligible.
Exclude all temporary, seasonal or per diem employees, 1099 employees/independent contractors, volunteers, interns, outside consultants or staffing employees placed by other organizations.