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7 months 19 hours ago #46164


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Have you asked for anonymous fees backs in how to better prepare the place for pre-lease and new leases? Word of mouth can make or break you. No matter how well you do in marketing.

Best of luck!
2 years 9 months ago #25032

Travis Anderson

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We have a great amenity you can offer the students and really set yourself apart called RentPlus. This is a great service that will build their credit scores, it really seems to be a big item when parents especially are involved in apartments.

Email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I can get you some great information, this amenity does not cost you or the Management Company anything to get set up. You can also reach me at 435.512.8579
2 years 9 months ago #24951


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What was an incentive you offered the restaurant to where they allowed the employees to wear your property t-shirt?
6 years 10 months ago #14573

Rose M

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The first step is to find out why you are having a hard time filling up. Current and former residents might tell you, but you might have to call prospects who didn't move in. One thing I do is have a Yelp Check in offer. Anyone who checks in at my property gets a free treat. Right now it's a cup of coffee, made especially for them by me, fresh from my Keurig. :-)
6 years 10 months ago #14563


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I know this was posted a very long time ago, but I was curious of how to go about setting something like this up? I think my property would love this offer and would draw a lot of attention.

9 years 1 month ago #10006

Matthew Easton

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Where does the property rank on Google for the most searched keywords in the local market? Sometimes we end up focusing on specials, promos and social media but overlook the fact that students make FAST decisions and are very likely to search Google go to the first 2 places they like and sign a lease. If you can tell me more about where you stand and for what keywords I might be able to offer some helpful tips. Promos are ok, but imagine if you came up first when they asked Siri to search the web for apartments in your area. Most students I know want to make a decision fast and move on, giving money off rent is great but we need to get YOU on there radar before they sign a lease.

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