When thinking about sealing the deal with your own prospects, you have to consider how you can first build a relationship, followed by trust.
At Rentbot, we believe in making things easy. That being said, if you’re a property owner, manager, or developer, you’re probably wondering what Rentbot does, exactly. With that in mind, we created this handy dandy video to explain how we make everything easier for professionals in the apartment industry. So grab a mini bag of … Continue reading A Handy Dandy Video About Rentbot
Every Property Manager dreams of working at a property where the available units lease themselves and the tenants are happy. But, often that doesn’t happen. Still, good Property Managers try their best. That’s why it’s good to get inside the head of your residents and see what they really want in a rental property. 1. … Continue reading 3 Things That Renters Really Want
Life isn’t always easy in the rental apartment world. Property Managers and Developers don’t always encounter smooth sailing. Leasing agents and maintenance staff are often swamped as well. And, from a tenant’s point of view, there are high monthly payments without the benefits of a long-term investment like that of home ownership. Plus, tenants expect … Continue reading Make Life Easy with Rentbot
Shopping for a new apartment can be exhausting. There’s the initial online research, the driving, the discussions about rent and employment history, and of course, finding just the right unit to call home. There are a number of ways that you, as a property manager, can make the apartment hunting experience a more seamless and … Continue reading A Seamless Experience for the Apartment Prospect
Most larger apartment communities have a property manager and a leasing agent. Though technically lower on the authority scale, the leasing agent has a hefty load of responsibilities, all of which determine the overall success of the property. Leasing agents have to sell The job description of the leasing agent (or leasing professional) has some … Continue reading The Leasing Agent’s Best Friend
For the single-family property manager, the first of the month usually comes with some struggle. Ensuring all of your tenants have paid the right amount, and you have it in your hand by the first of the month, means that all of the stars in your universe have aligned. The average single-family property manager has … Continue reading The Struggle of a Single-Family Property Manager
One of the most frustrating aspects of apartment living can be the customer service that you receive at the leasing office. I have been on both sides of the fence in this arena; an unhappy tenant and a stressed-out property manager, so I believe I can speak frankly about both positions. It’s tough out front … Continue reading Property Mangers and Tenants: Can’t we all just get along?
Apartment websites suck. There, I said it, and you know it’s true. The majority of apartment websites are about as high quality as those cheap restaurant websites. You know, the ones that have a downloadable menu that won’t actually download.
Yet, just about everyone shops for their next apartment online—94% of people in fact. In an industry where more leases and lower delinquencies are by definition what keep apartment owners and managers in business, why are managers displaying their property online in the suckiest of ways?