Meet Our LPC Neighbor of the Month: Linda Frost

Every month, the LPC blog will feature a “Neighbor of the Month”  who embodies the many special qualities of being a great neighbor. Our goal this year is to build a sense of community and encourage neighbors to connect with one another. This month, the staff from The Edge at Flagler Village have nominated their […]

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Eat, See, & Do Series: Charlotte Area

Ranked as one of the “Best Places To Live” by U.S. News, Charlotte, North Carolina is a unique combination of old-fashioned charm and modern sophistication. Known for its humid summers and picturesque communities, this city is filled with numerous opportunities for fun and excitement. Whether you love the outdoors or enjoy discovering new restaurants, Charlotte has […]

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Eat, See, & Do Series: Tampa Area

While it is known for its humid climate, bustling city streets, and sandy beaches, the Tampa Bay area is also filled with a variety of other activities to keep residents occupied. If you’re planning on making yourself at home or only stopping by for short a visit, be sure to take a second to appreciate […]

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Meet Our LPC Neighbor of the Month – Frankie Huddleston

Every month, the LPC blog will feature a special “Neighbor of the Month” to share their story, including why they love where they live. In 2017, we hope to build a sense of community and encourage neighbors to connect with one another. This month, the staff from The GoodWynn at Town Brookhaven has nominated their […]

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Beyond Pools and Courtyards: Unique Apartment Amenity Trends

From a convenient location to a comfortable size, every apartment hunter has their own list of deal-breakers and must-haves during the search process. Instead of focusing solely on the specifics of the apartment, be sure to do some research on the available amenities in the community. With options such as an on-site art gallery or […]

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Eat, See, & Do Series: Boston Area

For many, sitting down to research a new city to call home can be one of the most daunting tasks. To make things a little easier, check our new Eat, See, & Do blog post series highlighting unique places to visit when exploring your new surroundings. Whether you’re making a big move or simply in […]

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New School Year, No Problem: Welcoming Residents To Student Housing Communities

As the days of summer come to an end and the start of a new semester is just around the corner, property managers for student communities can make the transition from sleeping in to studying an easy one! Opportunities to socialize, learn about the new community, and show off their school spirit are great ways […]

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Three Hot Tips for Summer Resident Events

When planning events for your residents this summer, it’s important to keep in mind that while it may be nice to enjoy the long days of sunshine, summertime is not without its special challenges. For those of you looking to plan outdoor events for residents during the summer, it’s important to stay mindful of different […]

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

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

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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