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  • I Won't Grow Up

    Much like Peter Pan, I will never age. This is just a fact. But for the rest of you poor saps, you may as well pick out your future persona now. Are you gonna be a Blanche, a Rose, a Dorothy or a Sophia? The sun is quickly setting on those Golden years. (The only correct response, by the way, is Sophia.) And while some of us may not be there yet, many of our parents are. With people living longer...
  • In Which I Give Thanks for Taylor Swift

    As I sit here at my desk eating a doughnut and stretching my stomach for the impending Thanksgiving feast, I know I have a lot to be thankful for. 1. Dancing With The Stars. Aside from host Tom Bergeron being an absolute delight, I am currently obsessed with dancing partners Val Chmerkovskiy and Janel Parrish—or, as we in the seedy underbelly of competitive ballroom like to call them, Janelskiy....
  • Four Ways to Keep Residents Coming Back for More

    When potential residents make the effort to call, email, and spend time at searching for a place to call home, most apartment community staffs are on their best behavior, trying to make the positive first impression in hopes to “woo” the prospect into a  lease signing, rent paying member of the community. Mutual trust is built, the future looks bright, and hopes are high for a wonderful...
  • The Importance of Workplace Prioritization

    Apartment managers are pulled in many different directions for many different reasons throughout the day. One minute, there is the need to assess a resident’s apartment and walk vacant units; the next, quarterly inspections. Then there’s managing people, managing the numbers, and managing yourself. Finally, but not least, there’s attempting to prioritize the work in each department from specific...

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