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Will your property thrive in a post-COVID world?

We’ve almost made it! After a tough year, the country is finally on the verge of reopening and assuming a form of normalcy. While the lifestyle we came to love pre-COVID may be gone with the wind forever, many are starting to venture out into the market, which begs the question–is your property ready to … Continue reading Will your property thrive in a post-COVID world?

Five digital marketing tools predicted to take-off in 2021

Thankfully, we’ve put 2020 (and all of its chaotic glory) to rest, but this also means that many of the top trends that we found to be effective may not be as relevant in 2021. The digital marketing world in and of itself is ever-changing, with new technologies and trends emerging quite frequently, oftentimes making … Continue reading Five digital marketing tools predicted to take-off in 2021

What renters will want in 2021

Life amidst a pandemic has rightfully altered many renters’ non-negotiables when it comes to apartment amenities. With stay-at-home orders in place for what has seemed to be the long haul, many once valued pre-COVID features have fallen second to more functional conveniences that allow multifamily residents to live, work, and play safely in one building–and … Continue reading What renters will want in 2021

Three digital resolutions that should top your New Year’s to-do list

We may still be in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, but that doesn’t mean your marketing resolutions have to remain on the back burner. Now’s the perfect time to take a deep dive into your 2021 marketing goals to improve the performance of your current advertising campaigns as well as those to come. To … Continue reading Three digital resolutions that should top your New Year’s to-do list

Give the gift of apartment marketing this holiday season

To say this year has presented its own set of challenges would be an understatement. The stresses that 2020 brought have been shared by residents, agents, and property managers alike. Many within the industry were forced to step up their game to appeal to their prospects in a new and different way. Others were left … Continue reading Give the gift of apartment marketing this holiday season

The most bang for your buck–Google Ads or ILS?

Many marketing budgets these days are pretty tight, and the pressure is on to make the smartest investments with the highest guarantee of a positive ROI for properties. So, when it comes to determining which advertising platform to choose, the lucky winner will offer high visibility, cost-effectiveness, and even higher conversion potential.  We’ve already broken … Continue reading The most bang for your buck–Google Ads or ILS?

Five Google Ads features you never thought to use

Google Ads is like the Cadillac of marketing platforms. With capabilities to tailor your digital ads to very specific audiences, its versatility goes unmatched. Over the years, Google has evolved to incorporate additional advertising features to help businesses increase their visibility and streamline their Ads campaigns.  However, despite Google Ads’ plethora of offerings, several marketers … Continue reading Five Google Ads features you never thought to use

The most bang for your buck—ILS or Website?

I’m sure those three letters—I-L-S (or Internet Listing Service)—have crept their way into every leasing office discussion at one time or another. Forrent.com, Apartmentguide.com and Mynewplace.com are just a few that have made their marks in the apartment industry, but the list is growing daily. Many Property Managers, especially those managing smaller communities, are left … Continue reading The most bang for your buck—ILS or Website?

Is AI the next big bang in multifamily?

Think about it. Many aspects of our daily lives are automated. Be it a posed question or task to Siri or Alexa, that traffic camera that captured your latest speeding debacle, or your Roomba vacuum–artificial intelligence (or AI) is transforming life, business, and survival as we know it.