Many know by now the importance of a good property website. And, by “good,” I’m referring specifically to its conversion potential. After all, if your site isn’t offering you conversions, then what’s the point, right? As we tiptoe out of this pandemic, slowly but surely, many are revamping their sites to adapt to the changed … Continue reading Can your website accommodate today’s virtual leasing experience?
Connecting with prospective renters is a job in and of itself. We conduct hours of research to gauge perspective on our target, then develop strategic advertising plans with what we hope is the precise marketing mix that will sway them to sign a lease. Rarely, however, do current renters feel the love from a deliberate, … Continue reading Should you market for resident retention too?
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?
Despite what you may have heard, the concept of search engine optimization (SEO) extends far beyond keywords and strategically placed links. While link building and keyword placement are important components of a good SEO strategy, Google has swayed more towards user behavior and user experience when determining which pages appear first in search results. In … Continue reading Score big on user experience, and you’ll also win at SEO
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
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
Despite all of the shake-ups, trials, and tribulations this year has brought forth, one fact remains the same–the multifamily industry has been forever changed. Multifamily marketing in 2020 looked a lot different than its seemingly insipid predecessors. When a worldwide pandemic struck the world and stalled paychecks, induced hesitations, and forced renters to remain in … Continue reading The top five multifamily marketing trends in 2020
Overall, property reviews across the country have declined. This is likely due to limited interactions with staff, less move-ins/out, and overall greater tolerance for issues due to a heightened understanding of the circumstances. Google has even temporarily delayed its online review publishing due to limited staffing from COVID. But, one thing this pandemic has magnified … Continue reading Social media reviews are now more important than ever
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.
In today’s world of frequent communication, the majority of apartment dwellers actually want to hear from management. If you’re still wrestling with the idea of how to effectively communicate change to your tenants, start here.