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Happy Halloween: Property Management Horror Stories

From tenants trashing properties to late night “emergency” wake up calls, property managers can sometimes find themselves in some scary situations. For Halloween we thought we’d pull together some of our favorite property management horror stories. So come sit down around the campfire and enjoy our spooky stories from real property managers (cue scary music). […]

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Property Management Software Buyer Research Results

A recent study showed that manual methods are still a leading approach in the apartment industry, but the desire for more modern technologies is growing strong. Software Advice, a company that researches apartment management tools, analyzed a random selection and found that many participants have habits that predate computers or the internet however they also found that there […]

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Upcoming Webinar – Apartment Market Predictions: A Look at 2014 and Beyond

We’ve partnered with Axiometrics, the leading apartment market research organization, to bring you an important presentation on the stats that matter most to your business. Find out why Axiometrics calls 2014 the “Year of the Apartment” as VP of Research, Stephanie McCleskey, provides exceptional insight into why the apartment segment of commercial real estate has […]

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Are You Focusing or Flailing? Three Tips to Increase Rental Conversion Rates

Let’s face it. Customer service is probably among the top five reasons that consumers are loyal to any business. In the rental industry, customer service starts before the tenant application is even started. When prospects take the time to contact a rental property for more information, they’re looking for confirmation that property management values their […]

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Is Your Property Appealing to Diverse Cultural Groups?

America is often called the great melting pot of the world. However, the melting pot analogy is becoming a thing of the past – or at least evolving. Rather than expecting foreign-born immigrants to assimilate to the American culture, we celebrate diversity. It is more common to look for ways to not only coexist peacefully, but also encourage our neighbors to thrive in America without abandoning their own cultural identities.

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