Apartment operators have pricing structures for conventional homes down to a fine-tuned science. For the student-housing sector, well … not so much. Most revenue management software was built for the conventional sector, meaning student-housing operators often utilize a system not tailored to their needs.
Peter is passionate about helping apartment and hotel owner/operators and vendors position themselves as thought leaders. He’s a strategist and a glutton for results. As vice president of strategy, Peter’s involved in pretty much every account in the agency, offering guidance on all things marketing and public relations.
Multifamily companies have to create world-class workplace cultures that emphasize taking great care of associates and giving back to the communities in which they operate. While creating such an environment has practical benefits, it’s simply the right thing to do.
Many apartment owners and operators may be leery of offering self-guided tours, but the data indicates prospects want and use them. Properties that don’t give prospects the option to self-tour risk alienating them and may find it difficult to convert leads into new residents.
For the multifamily industry’s evolution to continue, one thing needs to change. It has to be easier to integrate individual technologies. When owners and operators can’t easily assemble a group of solutions that are able to seamlessly communicate with each other, it stunts the growth of our industry.
PetScreening announced it has partnered with First Communities Management to implement its platform at more than 53,000 apartment homes spanning over 200 communities. By partnering with PetScreening, First Communities is streamlining its pet processes and freeing its onsite teams from the burden of service and assistance animal verification.
By Dennis Cogbill In the battle to sign new residents and get current ones to renew their leases, properties strive to have the best common-area amenities, the most appealing in-unit finishes, the […]
Non-profit organizations Michelson Found Animals Foundation and the Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) today announced the launch of the Pet-Inclusive Housing Initiative, a research and resource development initiative that promotes access to the joy of pets in every home.