Florida & Georgia Multifamily Housing Development & Renovations

Rent for multifamily housing is skyrocketing in the Southeastern United States. realtor.com recently reported that the price for rents have reached a record highs across the country. In fact, rent increased by 8.1% compared to last year at the same time.

“Beyond simply recovering to pre-pandemic levels, rents across the country are surging. Typically, rents fluctuate less than 1% from month to month. In May and June, rents increased by 3.0% and 3.2% from each month to the next.”

Rents are only going to continue to rise, so if you own or manage a multifamily housing make sure you are keeping up with the competition.

Incorporating a fresh design into a new construction or a simple upgrade to an existing property can dramatically improve the environment, quality of life for the residents, and foster wellness.

Simple upgrades and new modern design can drastically improve the senior environment and foster wellness. It will also go a long way towards keeping the occupancy rate high.

Careful planning and research, including the facilities, activities, new complex equipment, space design, and quality, characteristics of the patients as well as the workers and safety are taken into account while the team at SWET Construction Group uses lean principles to achieve optimal results. We are committed to improving the health care experience while increasing safety and reducing waste.

SWET Construction Group is proud to be a leading senior community contractor in the Southern United States. Our extensive experience and technical knowledge sets us apart and also allows us to keep contraction cost within the allotted budget.

We encourage you to contact us to discuss your building project. Our professionals will show you, examples and discuss options. We are able to work within your budget and will suggest cost saving options for your project. We specialize in multi-family designs, both interior and exterior projects.

Contact SWET Construction Group for your next project.