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The Apartment Nerd Leasing Show Podcast

I’m trying something new that might be easier to manage some frequency with.  Check out episode 1 of The Apartment Nerd Leasing Show. My goal with this show is talk primarily about actual leasing of apartments. As an industry we do a mediocre job at “sales,” but with some improved principles, strategies, and ideas I know we can all do better. If you have any topics you would like for me to cover in the leasing space please comment here or send me something somewhere on line.

By the way, it’s currently streaming on Anchor, but will soon be syndicated to iTunes and Google.  I’ll let you know when those subscriptions are available.  Thanks for listening!

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