Revenue Management

Property managers want to lease to a prospective resident at a fair price, but don’t want to concede too much in lease negotiation. Revenue management is about finding the perfect point in the middle, where the price is right in the customer’s view and yet still adds to the bottom line. If it’s priced too low, you’ve lost money. If it’s priced too high, you’ve lost the customer. In short: The challenge is to sell the right resources to the right customer at the right time for the right price.

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5 Tips to Saving Big Money Managing Apartment Utilities

Saving on Apartment Utilities More and more, all eyes are on energy and water usage. Investors, property owners and even residents pay close attention to utility bills. In some areas, local and state regulators require that energy performance be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency. The impact of utilities may seem to affect either the[]

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Top 4 Revenue Management Mistakes To Avoid

The multifamily space is dynamic and complex, changing daily based on a number of factors. When it comes to determining optimal rental rates, it’s crucial to have the most up-to-date information possible for making educated decisions and staying ahead of the competition. But even the most conscientious and talented property managers have a hard time[]

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Six Reasons Your Property Needs a Revenue Management System

No successful business professional would close a deal without first understanding all the facts. But when revenue management decisions are made based on limited or skewed information, a property management company can lose considerable amounts of money and unintentionally drive away business. For property managers, getting apartment rents right is often a major challenge. But[]

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Embracing Change: How to Adopt a Revenue Management System

Residents are paying more for new leases and renewals at the highest clip since its peak four years ago, according to recent data by MPF Research. Plenty factors into what has become a faster start to 2015 than what many predicted for this year. Simply, it’s a great time to be leasing apartments and getting rates[]

Hold the Phone: Why Pricing Calls Work with Revenue Management Systems

In the past, price setters have relied on weekly or periodic calls with on-site staff to finesse rates to drive traffic and secure leases. Today’s software systems, however, do much of the legwork by helping determine rates based on daily and historical market trends and other factors. In turn, they reduce the number of hours[]

How Revenue Management Systems Make Leasing and Renewals Easier

With rising rent rates in the apartment market, property managers are looking for the best way to maximize revenues. A revenue management system potentially could be the answer. Mrs. Johnson has been a good tenant since arriving at the community several years ago. She leased her two-bedroom apartment at a great rate when occupancy levels[]

5 Ways to Harness Big Data for Better Property Management

Big Data is as essential to today’s successful property management company as having the right people and best assets. But Big Data shouldn’t replace an organization’s ability to make a decision, rather become an extension of expertise and know-how. So what exactly IS Big Data and how can property management companies take advantage of it?

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