You’ve likely already addressed the main staples of your building’s eco-friendly performance when it comes to energy assessments, water use, and green building principles and general practices. However, many of the little things that really make a green community truly green may still need addressing. Residents across the nation are into trends, and fortunately, being green is a trend – one that’s hopefully here to stay.
We recently documented the story of Dawson Property Management, a thriving business out of Charlotte, NC who began running in to some challenges as their portfolio grew. The company manages just under 100 properties in the state, including single-family homes, townhomes, condos and several multi-family properties. With this wide-ranging and diverse portfolio, owner Derek Dawson knew it was time to seek a better solution that could meet all his business needs
To overcome smart and often fierce competition, and capture a bigger piece of the proverbial pie, some growth strategists turn to loyalty campaigns to gather online reviews. Positive online reviews can be incredibly beneficial to a property; attracting, then convincing potential residents your property is superior to any other.
Mixed-use property is becoming very popular in our fast-paced society. Residents like having easy access to food, clothing, pet services and — well, everything. The marriage of retail businesses and housing units dates back to early pioneer times when boarding-house rooms filled the second and third stories above the saloon or township merchantile.
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Everyone knows that companies need a brand, but do apartment communities? The answer may be yes. Apartment communities can benefit in multiple ways from strong branding. Having a brand aids in marketing and reinforces a specific environment around the community. In many ways, having a brand is simply having a unique identity.
Research and development over the past several decades have consistently reduced energy consumption in the US. But, did you know that the National Academy of Engineering predicts we will use almost 70% more energy in 2040 unless we continue to reduce energy intensity sufficiently enough to offset growth and economic conditions?
Brokers often think they offer Property Management services, but the bar has been raised! If you have a property management business, or are thinking of opening one, this webinar will bring today’s owners’ and renters’ expectations into focus.
Managing properties within a college area can be incredibly lucrative. College towns tend to be excellent fodder for property management companies, because the high maintenance nature of these rental properties often provoke landlords into seeking out professional help. Landlords and property management companies need to anticipate some challenges when renting to college students, but overall it is usually a profitable endeavor.
Interview with happy couple Adam Wells, Customer Success Manager and Lauren Wells, Inside Sales Representative