The outlook for the rental industry looks challenging, with economic experts predicting things getting worse before they truly stabilize and get better—pushing property managers to look for ways to cut costs. Onsite managers can adjust some of their practices for savings that seem small at first, but add up to a substantial amount of gross margin retained for the company.
As a property manager you may be pulled in multiple different directions without finding enough hours in a day to get everything. Property managers need to be proficient in time management to ensure all resident concerns are addressed, so we here at Notifii have compiled a list of some best practices to save you time and money.
Today's property managers have more on their plates than ever. Property management automation is a welcome solution for busy landlords. Below are six reasons to introduce property management automation tools to curb day to day costs and boost revenue.
Offices have been completely rearranged due to the pandemic. Manager’s have taken precautions to keep their employees safe while finding innovative ideas to keep them productive and informed. Now it may be time for offices to adopt notifications to keep up the health and safety of the workplace.
In order to ensure the safety and health of your residents and employees, it is imperative to implement as many contactless procedures as possible. An easy way to do this is to make package logging entirely contactless.
COVID-19 has changed how many property management teams do business and connect with their residents. With the invention of email, text messaging, and video conferencing many businesses are able to transition routine tasks to a virtual platform and retain a sense of normalcy.
Now it’s time to “sanitize” your workflow - make sure that you can keep residents and employees safe no matter what they hope to achieve. We’re launching a series called “Contactless” dedicated to small changes your property management office can make to protect residents and still keep the needle moving on operations.