Once you have received a phone call, and you’ve turned that phone call into a visit from a prospective leaser, what can you do next to take the last steps in closing the lease? One resource that you can use to really sway prospective residents in the direction of closing a lease with you is using your own amenities, and showing them just how happy they can be when they decide to live your community lifestyle with you.
There is something special about being a part of a neighborhood, and coming home each day to that distinct community feel which leaves you warm and fuzzy inside.
While having interested prospective residents call you or other management team members to inquire about a residence is great, the optimal situation is showing them around your community.
When marketing your community, you’ll want to be able to reach your target audience, and this is a battle comprised of two different very important factors.
At Occupancy Solutions, we know just how important it is to market your community in you region, and we find that in this digital age, going online may be your best bet.
When prospective residents come to visit your community, you’ll want to give them a showing that creates maximum impact.
For those managing a community, maintaining a healthy work/life balance can be difficult.
If there is one thing that holidays are great for, it’s creating a reason for celebration, and you can use this important fact as a strategy when it comes to your community marketing.
For managers of any type of community, problems will arise from time to time, and how these problems are cared for will mean a lot to the success of your resident retention.
Resident retention not only makes your community look better to those who may be interested in moving in, but it helps to provide an organic word of mouth form of marketing as well, so making sure your residents are kept happy should always be at the top of your “to-do” list.
After you’ve marketed your community in local ads, on social media, or through any other area outlet, receiving phone calls from prospective new residents is the desired next step.
If you’re looking for resident retention, keeping your residents happy is a necessity, and there are quite a few ways you can go about making sure your residents are satisfied with living in your community.
The same social media platform that you may use to keep in contact with old college friends or family members who have moved far away can also be used as one of the most effective ways to get the word out about your community in any given region.
In an ideal world, once things are built, they’ll stay just the way they are, but this is unfortunately not the reality. Structures of all types will begin to weather and fade over time, and when it comes to managing a community, these are problems which should be fixed promptly in order to provide just the quality living experience you want to offer to your residents.
Little incentives are an excellent way to really get your community engaged, and help you to sell a lifestyle that people of your area will really want to be a part of.
Community parties and celebrations are an excellent way to engage all residents within your neighborhood, and encourage them to come together for a great time.
Creating this community feel doesn’t have to be difficult, and we have several tips that can help any community manager to foster and grow the feeling of a close-knit family type community while having fun and engaging with their residents.
There are several ways that a manager can encourage employee retention within their community, and many of these strategies are as simple for you as they are beneficial to your employees.
Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan-Time Management Techniques That Contribute to Managing a Community
How much time do you spend going back and forth? As a community manager or property manager, one of the most important things you can do for yourself is to establish a few time management techniques. These will help to minimize the impact the dozens...
The act of converting telephone calls into visits begins on that initial telephone call, and when done correctly, you can entice these future members of your community to see what any residence has in store.