Category: Property Management Software

How to Maximize Occupancy as Multifamily Rental Supply Increases

As the supply of multifamily rental units grows, property managers and owners face the challenge of maintaining high occupancy rates,…

Using Technology to Simplify the Tenant Screening Process

From verifying documentation to analyzing information, making critical resident decisions, and complying with fair housing laws, tenant screening is one…

The 2024 Benchmark Report: In an Emerging Renters’ Market, Property Management Professionals Still Expect Growth

To better understand what 2024 may have in store for the property management industry, AppFolio surveyed over 5,000 property management…

4 Accounting Process KPIs Every Property Manager Should Track

Understanding the financial performance of your property management business is critical if you want to stay compliant and profitable, especially…

Single-Family Home Rental Market Trends That Property Management Teams Should Know

As property managers, leasing agents, and renters know, the real estate industry has been a roller-coaster ride over the past…

2024 Student Housing Trends, Insights, and Resources for Property Managers

The student housing market is a dynamic and ever-evolving sector of the real estate industry. With the increasing number of…

Spend Management Strategy Solutions for Property Management

It’s no secret that maintaining and upgrading your properties can be a labor-intensive, stressful, and costly process. Property management accounting…

Overcoming Accounting Challenges: A Q&A With Property Management Experts

In today’s fast-paced and ever-evolving real estate industry, efficient and accurate accounting practices are crucial for property management companies. To…

Customer Experience in Student Housing: Delivering Exceptional Service to Short-Term Renters

Owning or managing a student housing property comes with one guarantee: high turnover rates. With most of your residents moving…

4 Common Software Switching Roadblocks & How to Overcome Them

“Maybe next year,” “We are good with what we have,” “We don’t have the time to dedicate to this,” “It’s…