Supply and demand economics dictate price points for residential rental properties – the lower the availability numbers, the higher the base rent. Economics 101 – right? But, supply and demand also pose a few negative challenges for property owners and managers.
We are pleased to announce that AppFolio has been honored with a Bronze Stevie Award in the Customer Service Department of the Year category. The announcement was made at the 12th annual American Business Awards in Chicago.
Your owners, residents and future renters are increasingly more mobile, and if your business isn’t ready, they will find a business that is! But being mobile doesn’t just benefit your customers, it can also have a huge impact on your day-to-day operations, saving you time and money.
We are excited to announce the release of our new Mobile Inspections feature in AppFolio. We’ve worked hard to bring you a powerful, easy-to-use, and completely built-in Mobile Inspection experience. And it’s completely free and included with AppFolio Property Manager! Learn more here. Mobile Inspections was built to work perfectly on your favorite mobile device. […]
Social media sparks conversation and ignites engagement. The reality is not all social media content is beneficial for your business. In this session we will cover how to manage your online reputation, along with best practices on how to respond to negative reviews. After this webinar, you’ll walk away with the tools that allow you […]
Looking for ways to make your property stand out above the competition? Knowing all of the features of your property’s neighborhood can help you close a lease by communicating the right features to the right renters. The most attractive apartment homes have a good neighborhood walk score.
We recently hosted an informative webinar with presenter Carey Armstrong of Zillow. Carey gave a timely overview of today’s rental market and some of the trends Zillow is seeing at the local and national level. Though we saw variations in different markets, the overall data points to a promising rental trend for property managers across the country.
Your website is a representative introduction to your property. It can be a warm, welcoming handshake, so to speak, or leave your page visitors wondering about your property – and your motives.
Property managers who make on-site customer service a priority will position their properties to potentially gain more favorable online reviews and develop stronger community reputations.
We recently gave a presentation at the NARPM Conference in Hawaii on the changing needs of today’s customer and how this is affecting the way modern property managers do business.