For a multitude of reasons, we all need to start being a little nicer to our home. We're talking about the home we all share — Earth! We've got some tips for how you can help keep cleaner from the comfort of your very home.
Office refurbishment projects are incredibly important for keeping businesses current, improving the performance of employees, and even in attracting new recruits. In fact, a fifth of current 18- to 24-year-olds admit they have rejected a potential employer due to unimpressive office design and outdated amenities.
Inspiring this younger generation often requires integrating modern technology and undertaking a refurbishment project can provide the ideal opportunity to reassess current tech and consider new additions.
Rent is a word that we have come to hate and fear. The average cost of living in America has increased from last year with Manhattan at the forefront, followed by Los Angeles and Washington, DC. Just last year a Pew Research study discovered that more young adults were moving back home after graduating and staying for longer periods of time than previous graduates.
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Property managers know how important lease-up rates are — it’s a huge part of the job, after all. But not every apartment just sells itself with its location! We've listed a couple of ways you can up the ante if your property isn't conveniently located within walking distance of public transportation options.
These days, potential residents are looking for a building to have everything, to be fully decked out in the latest and greatest technology from Nest thermostats to virtual fitness rooms. But they aren’t the only ones who should be excited about living in tech-forward complexes.
Property managers can also greatly benefit from technological advances in their workplace, creating more time to focus on lease-up and retention. Here are just a few ways it can help.
Topics: Real Estate
The internet has revolutionized the way property owners can market multifamily apartment buildings. However, it has also created an overwhelming and overpopulated marketplace full of competitors trying to convince potential renters why they need to live in their complex instead of yours.