Nurture Boss, a premier lease conversion automation tool that provides marketing solutions for the multifamily industry, today announced it has partnered with Knock® CRM to integrate its automated lead nurturing tracks within Knock’s platform.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are leasing technology, centralization, the steps for effective resident communication, multifamily and the 4-day workweek, social media leasing and building a strong company culture for retention.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are technology and renewals, talent and resident engagement, centralized leasing offices, 2022 Federal Spending Package, problems for homebuyers and optimizing claims.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are bootstrap or VC in proptech, leasing cycle touchpoints, social media advertising, multifamily leadership, rent-control measures and supply chain issues.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are using tech to help, spring leasing season, mental health in multifamily, due diligence, value-add activity and Gen Z driving the urban market.
The top storylines in multifamily this week are personalization, women in construction, noise complaints, CO2 emissions, CRM and eviction tech.
With apartment leasing and living becoming more tech-driven and digital-centric than ever before, operators must stay on the cutting edge of technology to find new ways of enhancing, optimizing and automating their leasing strategies.
Building a CRM playbook, implementing new technologies in a scaled back manner, dealing with more support animal accommodation requests, suburban apartment growth, affordable housing opportunities and Gen Z fitness preferences headline this edition of the Industry Trends Report.
A CRM is a tool that allows multifamily operators to organize and manage interactions with prospects and current residents across communication channels. The playbook is a comprehensive plan devised by the operator to guide a leasing team’s use of the CRM.