The multifamily industry is unique, in that, once people find a job in multifamily, they end up sticking around for years, and with good reason. The opportunities for growth and development are significant.
Let’s get one thing clear from the start – we’re not here to advocate poor responses. But even a bad response is better than no response at all, at least in the world of reputation management.
Investing in smart home technology in new developments is something that more and more developers are exploring. But early adopters have been the beneficiaries of their initiative and innovation.
That’s what makes multifamily reputation management so difficult to navigate for anybody who works for an organization they love and believe in. The moment you read a negative review from an angry resident, you feel it to your core, whether you were involved in the situation or not. You might feel angry, annoyed, hurt, sad, confused or any other negative emotion for that matter.
At LTM, we recognize what good case studies can do, and we believe they should form a fundamental part of any PR campaign. We work hard with our clients to identify their customers who have compelling success stories to share and who have relied on our clients to address common challenges.
The steady rent growth and solid operating fundamentals found in apartment markets throughout the Midwest hold a considerable appeal for multifamily investors.