Today, we will explore a whole new set of questions for how we maximize leasing operations. Our guest today is Larry Gorman, Senior Technology Executive. Larry has 25 years experience in the multifamily industry and currently serves as the President for LeaseHawk.
Today’s renter wants control over the leasing process and access to information wherever, whenever, but today’s leasing team simply can’t keep up. On this episode, Patrick Antrim and Robert Turnbull explore Multifamily’s most adopted digital leasing solution providing renters the information they want 24/7/365 anywhere on the Internet.
The multifamily industry is changing, and it’s important to change with it. To do that, you should keep an eye on the way society is changing as a whole, the differences between generations, and the types of things people are already interested in.
Real estate is a unique industry that faces unique challenges. When you seek out new technology, you should be careful about the investment. Tom Spahn talks about what to look for in the investments and commitments you make, how to know whether that product will be a good fit for your company long-term, and how to spot a truly great team.
Multifamily has typically been a low-risk operating class, but multifamily operators are facing new challenges.
Right now, Daryl Smith is working to create a fully-integrated omni-channel marketing platform, while also growing the name for his multifamily development plan. He is reimagining the Multifamily consumer experience.
Brady Nolan says his company is here to build something special and transformative, that can be innovative and solve big problems.
365 Connect has been exclusively serving the Multifamily industry since 2003, with marketing, leasing, digital applications, portals, payments, and an array of related products.
Having a vibrant community means having connectivity among your residents. The company Sugar was named on the concept of borrowing a cup of sugar – something that involves friendly interaction, a conversation and building of trust that can bring you closer, and a shared moment that enhances friendships. Nothing will make people renew a lease like feeling part of a community.
Dustin Lacey is one of three executives at Mark-Taylor, a 35-year-old company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and the largest commercial developer in the state’s history. He oversees a fairly broad umbrella of functions within the Marketing division of Mark-Taylor. The company deals exclusively with Class-A assets, of which it has 67 in Phoenix alone.