1. Leasing Up Training Available for Your Team

    When it comes to leasing up, the most important thing your team needs to do is quickly find a new, stable tenant to move into a vacant property. This increases your revenue and prevents the build-up of costs associated with an empty apartment or condo, such as marketing, maintenance, and opportunity…Read More

  2. More Tips for Creating a Rental Listing

    Have you had a chance to check out our latest blog yet? We discussed a couple of things that you should include in every rental listing that you post. We talked about including a picture, talking about the specifics of your unit and the specifics of your complex as a whole. We aren't done yet! When …Read More

  3. What Every Rental Listing Needs

    In order to get prospective¬†residents to come look at your available units, you need to be able to get the word out there. The rental market is hopping, and you need to find a way to stay ahead of your competition, so that you can attract the very best residents to you complex. Creating an eye-catc…Read More

  4. Expert Tips on Photos in Listings

    Did you get a chance to read our last blog yet? If you did then you already know how important it is to put professional photos into your listings. We also talked about a couple of things that you do to make your photos look better, like taking photos of the apartment while its empty and utilizing a…Read More

  5. The Importance of Professional Photos for Listings

    No property manager¬†wants to have a long list of vacancies on their hands. At CLASS Inc., we provide professional apartment vacancy solutions for communities everywhere, and we would be happy to help you too! One of the best ways to get people in to look at your vacant apartment is to advertise, bu…Read More

  6. The Key to Keeping Good Residents

    Every apartment community and leasing company wants to hold on to good residents. You know the ones we mean, the ones that don't fuss often, religiously pay their rent in-full and on-time, and are quiet and neighborly. Unfortunately, these residents aren't always easy to keep-- until now. With Class…Read More