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4 Types of Amenities CRE Pros Can Start Offering Tenants
Sep 02

4 Types of Amenities CRE Pros Can Start Offering Tenants

By Guy Gray | CRE Tenant , Tenant Experience

Attracting new tenants and retaining current ones are at the top of the priority list for many commercial real estate professionals. It doesn’t matter if it’s an office building or retail space—your tenants are your lifeblood. They should be treated as such.

A big potential issue, however, is that CRE spaces often have lots of competition. So it’s no surprise that tenants relocate fairly often. According to Priceonomics, 44 percent of mid-sized companies moved at least two times in the past decade (with 23 percent moving three times or more).

So, what types of amenities can CRE pros start offering tenants to keep them from moving on? Here are four ideas to consider:

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Improve Your Tenant Experience with Property Management Software
Apr 24

Improve Your Tenant Experience with Property Management Software

By Guy Gray | Property Management Software , Tenant Experience

If you’re familiar with the media franchise Pokémon, you know it revolves around the concept of capturing as many fictional creatures as you can — and retaining the best ones. In many ways, property management is the same way (though admittedly with less battling and evolution). Only instead of fictional creatures, we’re talking about real-life tenants.

A CRE professional’s success is directly tied to his or her tenants. Obtaining tenants and retaining tenants are both keys to a flourishing portfolio. To help with both, let’s take a look at five realistic scenarios where tenant experience can be improved by property management software:

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Why Quarem is Your Tenant Experience Software Solution
Apr 12

Why Quarem is Your Tenant Experience Software Solution

By Guy Gray | Tenant Experience

There’s an app for everything these days. From tracking rewards points and sleep patterns to controlling household appliances and even using a pirate voice to keep track of where you parked your car, it seems like there isn’t an everyday task you can’t accomplish without the aid of technology.

How did we get here? Why do we need so many apps? Put simply, it’s because we want better experiences. But this shouldn’t be limited to just leisure time.

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