It is estimated the Millennials make up close to 40% of the housing market, and 90% of them are renters! This means big changes and a lot of opportunity for property managers. Investing in the right amenities and marketing strategies is critical to attracting and retaining the newest generation of renters.
One of the key challenges for property managers is effectively managing today’s conditions without losing sight of long-term goals. In the multifamily housing industry, forward thinking managers know that sustaining long-term growth demands management tools and solutions that use accurate demand forecasting methods.
Having a healthy wait-list is the goal of every property manager. Unfortunately, unhappy residents spread their discontent like wildfire – tarnishing property reputations within the community and beyond the borders.
Today, we hosted a webinar about our awesome new Mobile Inspections functionality featuring Todd Smith, Sr. Training Manager at AppFolio. Todd had a ton of great tips and ideas on how to take full advantage of the new Mobile Inspections functionality. Todd walked through starting an inspection, customizing the inspection form, creating template, conducting an […]
Recently, AppFolio worked with SurveyMonkey to see how real estate professionals across the Nation were embracing mobile technology, catering to Millennials in their business plan, and investing in technology in their quest to abandon old fashioned methods.
A few weeks ago we hosted a value-packed session with presenter Erica Byrum, Director of Social Media at Homes.com and ForRent.com – View the webinar recap here.
Today’s property managers need a modern and professional online presence to attract eligible candidates. Join us for this session as we explore the modern recruiting market and best practices for attracting and hiring ideal employees.
We hosted a fun and informative session with Todd Breen on the power of video tours this week. He covered best practices for creating engaging video tours for your listings. He also covered many of the benefits video tours can offer property managers, including:
If you’re using Quickbooks to run your property management business, you may be experiencing common frustrations as you continue to grow. As a basic accounting software, Quickbooks only covers a fraction of your day-to-day property management activities.
Some tenants seem to think property managers sit around waiting for a problem to pop up. Fix a leaking water closet at two o’clock in the morning? No problem. Calm the crying babies, paste up the drooping wall paper, and banish the sand fleas instantly from the pet park – Right?