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OPTIMIZE YOUR ONLINE CURB APPEAL: Online Reputation Management Partnered With Automatic Accurate Ratings

January 14, 2020 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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The struggle is real.

 

Generating new, fair ratings for a multifamily community can be one of the most challenging aspects of online reputation management for multifamily professionals.

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RATINGS REINVENTED: Automatic Ratings Based on Data Can Enhance Online Reputation Management

January 07, 2020 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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For years, marketing agencies and the multifamily industry as a whole have insisted that online reputation management (ORM) is the most successful way to increase your leads and combat negative reviews for a more positive presence online.

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THE MULTIFAMILY MILLION DOLLAR QUESTION: Is Online Reputation Management Worth the Big Bucks?

December 09, 2019 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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As a multifamily professional, you might be reviewing the status of your property — specifically the number of current leases — and feeling very confident in the numbers you see.

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MISSION POSSIBLE: How OpenProperty Is Revolutionizing Multifamily Ratings

October 23, 2019 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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The subjective rating is no longer as authentic, trustworthy, or transparent as it once was, and — as a result — is expected to lose its power to help consumers make decisions in the future.

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RATINGS REFORM: 3 Benefits of Objective Data in Commercial Real Estate

September 17, 2019 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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When it comes to picking a place to live, renters want ratings and reviews they can trust. 

The average user rating of products has become a significant factor in driving sales across many industries, including multifamily.

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THE STRIFE WITH SOLICITING REVIEWS: Why It’s Challenging to Grow Your Multifamily Ratings

August 22, 2019 / by Open Property posted in Blog

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If you have ever used a rideshare service, dined in a restaurant, or stayed at a hotel, chances are you were prompted to rate the product or service.

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