Leasing Seminar: Mind Your P's and Q's
Getting Back to the Basics of Leasing in a Competitive Market
In this seminar, you will learn how asking the right questions, building rapport, and determining what your "secret sauce" is will show the industry where self-showing lock boxes fall short. We will discover how to use technology to our advantage to enhance the human experience and begin asking the right Q's so we can shift our focus to the most important P.
Whether you're a "Rookie" leasing professional, a seasoned "Leasing Legend", or you manage anyone on the sales floor, you won't want to miss this unique approach on a basic principle of apartment leasing.
- 5 P's of Marketing and How to ask the right questions
- Top 5 Tech Tools of 2022: "Will Robots Take My Job"? No, but they CAN help you do it.
- Customer Service isn't about you, it’s about them!
- Don't forget the "Please and Thank You's" too! Remembering why manners matter.
Presented by Alexis Melton, CAM, CALP, and NAAEI Faculty
A millennial multifamily professional, Alexis Melton earned her stripes early on. After managing student housing as a college student, she found her niche for property management right from the start. Since 2013, Alexis has spent time growing as a Leasing Professional, an award-winning Assistant Manager, Community Manager, and Training specialist. Alexis has obtained the Certified Apartment Manager and the Certified Apartment Leasing Professional credentials from the National Apartment Association where she is currently a member in good standing and serves on the faculty as an Advanced Facilitator. She has received organizational recognition as a Credential Holder of the Year and Fostering Community. Currently, Alexis is the HR Manager of Jamison Management Company where she oversees hiring, onboarding, training, and career development across a national brand that manages over 2,500 doors rental homes.
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