Renewals typically account for 60-65% of a community’s revenue yet often get far less attention than the new lease process. Let’s fix that by examining how best to calculate renewal prices, whether or not to set maximum and minimum rent increases, and how to deal with situations where the expiring lease price is higher than new leases. We’ll also do a deep dive into the renewal process discussing the best time to send renewals, positioning the renewal price and specific examples to handle the most common forms of renewal pricing pushback from residents. You’ll leave this session much more confident in not only what to do, but also how to do it.
Join Donald Davidoff and the Webinar Wednesday Team on January 28, 2015 at 2pm Eastern Time to become a renewal ninja!
Exciting news! This webinar eligible for Continuing Education Credits!!
* Each registration is good for one attendee OR one on-site team. If you would like multiple attendees, group viewing events, or other needs, please contact us.
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