Many apartment operators have worked diligently to improve their pet-friendliness levels. And if pet friendliness wasn’t already a primary focus, it definitely should be now.
As the pandemic persists, it has become readily apparent that housing providers don't have the luxury of playing the waiting game until things return to normal. Business as usual isn't coming anytime soon, which has forced industry leaders to adjust on the fly and modify longstanding processes.
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While the pandemic has yielded few winners, pets would tend to disagree.
They are receiving more walks, playtime activities and overall attention from their suddenly homebound owners. As we recently alluded to, adoption rates have spiked during the pandemic, which has left many shelters empty. Foster activity has seen a pronounced uptick, as well.
Property management vendors around the nation attended the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) Florida State Conference in Orlando, Florida this month to showcase to new technologies and software, maintenance services, and strategies for marketing and operations. Hosted annually by the NARPM Florida State Chapter, the 9th Annual Florida State NARPM Conference featured national speakers, local experts, a casino night and a mock trial. Over the course of the 2 day conference, property managers took the opportunity to network with their peers and learn about exciting services that can help drive resident satisfaction and create efficiencies in their daily operations.
Here is our roundup of five property management vendors that housing providers should consider from this year's NARPM Florida State conference in Orlando.
PetScreening.com, a first-of-its-kind screening platform that empowers property managers to outsource their pet risk assessment and assistance animal validation processes at no charge, today announced it has partnered with JVM Realty Corporation to implement its platform at 4,512 apartment homes spanning 15 communities.
JVM is an Oak Brook, Ill.-based real estate investment and property management firm with an $850 million multifamily portfolio and a large presence in the greater Midwestern Region.
In a recent article published on Multifamily Executive, Kortney Balas, Vice President of Information Management at JVM Realty Corporation, explains how technology — including automated pet screening and animal validation — is helping streamline the leasing process to give on-site managers the ability to focus building relationships with their residents.
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PetScreening.com is proud to announce it has been named the 2018 Affiliate of the Year by the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM®).
NARPM is the premiere professional association for the residential property management industry and currently represents more than 5,200 members comprised of real estate agents, brokers, managers and their employees. Their mission is to provide resources for residential property management professionals who desire to learn, grow, and build relationships.