A year or so ago we mentioned a start up by apartment veteran, Howard Behr. Wharton grad and world traveler, Behr spent a large part of his career perfecting the art of multifamily profitability and energy efficiency by way of utility management. Having installed and serviced thousands of submeters in apartments across the U.S., it’s reasonable to conclude that Behr is at least remotely responsible for saving millions of gallons of water, significant money for owners and perhaps even, in some part, protecting this natural resource for our future.
Today Behr has transferred that knowledge to saving time for residents, creating gig jobs for those looking to pick up extra money and building value for apartment operators. Here’s how.
Published by Yield PRO magazine, April 18, 2019