1. Turnover Rates
  2. Late Rent Payments
  3. Evictions Time
  4. Eviction Costs
  5. Maintenance Staff Costs
  6. Turnover Time
  7. Operational Staff Costs
  8. Net Vacancy Time
  9. Marketing Costs
  10. Communications Costs

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"In place of repeating our past paper based processes, we converted to a fully electronic application and approval process with PropertyVista.The result was a 80% increase in our approval process and a 65% increase in application submissions."

Sarah Stewart, Director, Marketing and Leasing, Greenwin Inc.

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  • April 2017
  • paperless

    Employment of property, real estate, and community association managers is projected to grow a healthy 8 percent from 2014 to 2024. Yet, depending on the source, the average age of a property manager or building operator ranges from 50 to 56 years of age. The industry isn’t exactly a spring chicken. And while this older […]

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  • paperless

    The digital era has arrived. Everywhere you look, businesses are turning to electronic processes and services that help them streamline operations and improve their bottom lines, all while keep customers smiling. For property management firms, going digital presents an abundance of opportunities. From online rent applications, bill payments and maintenance request forms, to social media […]

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  • technology-uber

    What’s the one thing most people have with them or within their reach at almost any given moment, 24/7? If you guessed their mobile phone, you’d be right. We’ve reached a tipping point: At this very moment (in fact, from 2014 onward), mobile devices outnumber people on the planet. In a short period of time, […]

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  • Office -- digital technology

    Today’s technology is making it easier than ever for property managers to field leads. From availabilities showcased on their websites and ILS listings, to the ability to inquire via the web, email, text or good old-fashioned phone calls, property managers are flush with leads. Still, the age-old question remains: Which leads are better than others? […]

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  • March 2017
  • smartphone

    How many text messages did you send today? One, five, ten or more? While text messaging has been around for years, it’s been primarily in the realm of consumer-to-consumer and some limited B2C in the form of one-way text marketing. But as we start to text our colleagues at work, or SMS customers for customer-service […]

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  • Cropped man and woman using electronic device free image

    The advent of spring may bring thoughts of warmer weather and ditching the heavy coats. But for many property managers, it means just one thing: Student move-out season is nearly upon us. Whether they’re graduating or simply feeling the need for a change of address, students across the country tend to wrap up their leases […]

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  • leads-convert

    When you read articles about delivering outstanding customer service, it often relates to the B2C retailers, hotels or other typical service industry companies. This is all fine and well, and there is a lot that can be learned, but property owners and managers have an unique challenge: Their customers live on the premises. And, this […]

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  • city-buildings

    Today’s renters aren’t so different from those of yesteryear. Sure, they practically live online and expect near-instant response times. But what they ultimately want is a safe, comfortable place to call home—one that comes highly recommended by friends, family and user reviews. If you’re having trouble getting a handle on what the magic recipe is […]

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  • people-walking

    Imagine you’re walking down a street, and a man approaches you and opens his jacket to reveal an assortment of gold jewellery and expensive watches. “Psst,” he mutters. “Want a deal on a Rolex?” There’s not a chance you’re going to buy from this fine gentleman. Why? You don’t trust him with a 10-foot pole. […]

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  • February 2017
  • smoke

    With the federal government’s intent to legalize recreational marijuana around the corner, a whole new set of concerns has been unleashed for multi-family building owners and managers. If legalized, it’s likely to be up to the provinces and municipalities to determine their approach, and landlords could find themselves in a bit of a legal haze. […]

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