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  • Managing the Human Factor of Revenue Management

    Integrating a Revenue Management System into Your Operations: Managing the Human FactorWhen it comes to setting rents, human input based on first-hand market knowledge is invaluable. But some feel that a subjective approach to multifamily pricing is no longer adequate in today’s times of advanced technology. Revenue management systems for the real estate industry have surpassed people power when...
  • Rent to Dr. Jekyll, not Mr. Hyde

    Learn from owners/managers and thought leaders about how to leverage rental payment history to improve screening processes in the NAA Education Conference session Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? Rental Payment Data Helps Identify the Best Residents.Based on new data on the NOI impact of current rates of rent default in the multifamily industry, renters are a higher-risk group than the overall U.S....
  • Look Who’s Joining Us at the NAA Advocacy Lounge!

    Get your picture taken with President and Mrs. Obama with the Oval Office in the background! Your photo op with cardboard cutouts of the President and First Lady will be one of many activities in the NAA Advocacy Lounge from Tuesday through Friday at the NAA Education Conference. The lounge will be located in the San Diego Convention Center lobby adjacent to the conference registration area.Since...
  • Men Crying Among Education Conference Highlights

    With less than a month until NAA’s 2013 Education Conference & Exposition in San Diego, there’s one thing on my mind: fish tacos. And amazing education sessions, of course—but mostly fish tacos. Here are three other reasons I’m excited for June 19-22: 1. Bill Rancic. Yes, Richard Branson is amazing, and a billionaire, and he now has ties to the enviable Kate Winslet, but I’m really looking...

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