Are you a property owner or manager looking to attract long-term and reliable Gen Z renters? If so, then you clicked the right post. As of now, Gen Z members have started becoming of age, enrolling in college, and getting their first jobs. And guess what else? They also can't wait to secure a place they call their own, albeit in a rental capacity.
Building facility managers can use advanced digital technology to harness the power of text messaging for resident communications. By keeping residents engaged and informed, you will be playing your part in keeping them safe and at ease during these tough times. We've compiled a few reasons why multifamily and student housing property managers are opting to send out emergency notifications via text.
Picture a situation where you need to communicate a change in rent collection schedule or an urgent fire drill. Do you text your tenants (perhaps 100 or more) or email them? On the one hand, you don't want to be too informal about it, but you also need to make sure that the information is received immediately. This is the classic text and email dilemma that we're going to resolve.
In this Snap Session "Resident Communications While Working Remote," Michael Baker, software sales executive at Notifii, offers unique insights into the benefits of a digital communication strategy tailored to meet the specific needs of your community. Read part one of the discussion here.
Multi-Housing News teamed up with Notifii team Michael Baker, Software Sales Executive, and Sneha Lakkaraju, Marketing Director, to explore best practices for communicating with residents. Here are 5 ways to easily improve your digital communication strategy.
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.
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.
Using a text app for property managers can help manage the large volume of inbound calls regarding questions and requests can be overwhelming at times - driving several property managers to search for a digital solution.