3 Ways to Make Property Videos Sizzle

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In the age of video streaming services such as Netflix, YouTube and Hulu (to name a few), it’s no wonder that online video is incredibly accessible these days and has an inherent ability to capture users’ attention. When it comes to harnessing the power of online video in order to promote your brand, the sky […]

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Three Tips to “COPE” With Multifamily Content

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The following is a guest blog post from Zillow, the leading real estate and rental marketplace dedicated to empowering consumers with data, inspiration and knowledge around the place they call home, and connecting them with the best local professionals who can help. When social media is done right, it connects you and your brand with […]

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3 Keys to Keeping a Pet Happy in Your Apartment

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For many, a pet isn’t just a companion, but a part of the family. However, as families relocate to new settings and surroundings, it’s important for pet owners to keep their feline friend or canine companion in mind when choosing a home. Moving to a new apartment can give pet owners a reason to pause, […]

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Three Reasons Empty-Nesters Move to Apartment Communities

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As families grow older, one moment that can signify a new stage in life is the departure of your children from your home. As children get older and leave for college or just move out on their own, the “empty-nest” syndrome sets in, and often acts as a signpost to a significantly new chapter in […]

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4 Must-Haves for Your Apartment Rental Application

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  Whether you are applying for your first apartment or have been through the application process many times before, there are a few documents and assets that are critical for the apartment application, and others that help to reinforce and demonstrate your ability to be a reliable resident. When applying to be a resident at […]

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Going Beyond “Pets Allowed”: Making Your Apartment Community Pet-Friendly

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Be it your feline friend or canine companion, pets are part of the family. While advertising your residence as pet-friendly can help offer some peace of mind to prospective residents, ensuring that pets and their owners feel comfortable in your apartment community requires a few extra steps. Below, we outline a few different ways to […]

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Employee Guest Post: 8 Tips for a Cross-Country Move

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Although my co-workers will probably disagree, I am one of the world’s biggest procrastinators. When it comes to planning ahead and being prepared I could probably take the gold medal. So naturally, you’d think that after moving to Houston in the spring of 2014, I should have learned my lesson and been totally prepared and […]

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Food, Fun, and Friends: Resident Event Ideas for Your Apartment Community

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Bringing your neighborhood together is the cornerstone of a good community. As property managers, it is also a great way to build bonds within your apartment community and ensure residents find value outside the walls of their apartment. The community relies on feelings of familiarity, safety, and security, and hosting events can help your property […]

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Moving Into Your New Apartment: A Checklist

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While moving into a new apartment often feels like a breath of fresh air, the process itself can feel more like a collective sigh thanks to all the tasks and hassles that come with a move. To help make the moving process more manageable, we’ve put together a list of important milestones to address before, […]

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3 Reasons to Get Renter’s Insurance

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It’s easy to feel like renter’s insurance isn’t necessary. As a renter, insurance for your home may feel like something reserved for homeowners rather than for renters. According to Investopedia, “while 95% of homeowners have a homeowner’s insurance policy, only 37% of renters have renter’s insurance.” However, renter’s insurance provides an option for those who […]

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