The Upload: Residents Are Moving Out. Here's How To Keep Them.
May 28th, 2020
60% of residents plan to move out of their current apartment within the next 6 months. Our May edition of The Upload, breaks down how property managers and owners can optimize apartment buildings to better support resident needs and boost retention. Plus, we announced #MadeForThis, a free livestream series for our subscribers, real estate partners, and the general public to enjoy from home.
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WHAT WE'RE READING
- 6-in-10 Residents Intend To Move Out. Here’s Why
- Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and More: Who Streams The Most?
- Starry Extends Free Internet Pledge Through June
- Five Opportunity Areas For Multifamily In A Post-Pandemic World
- The Big Picture: WFH Put In Perspective
#MADEFORTHIS: A FREE LIVESTREAM SERIES BY STARRY
We’re collaborating with content creators around the world to bring our subscribers, real estate partners, and the general public a completely free, virtually-available stream of entertainment. Join us for everything from cocktail making, DJing, to fortune-telling. View the full schedule or follow Starry on Twitter or Instagram for live updates.
WANT RESIDENTS TO STAY? WE DO TOO.
With only 38% of residents planning to stay in their current apartment, multifamily property managers are prioritizing tenant retention in the days, weeks and months ahead. The game changer, 86% of surveyed residents say, is this amenity.
INSIGHTS FROM OUR REAL ESTATE PARTNERS
Hear how these property managers, owners, and board members are differentiating their assets and staying competitive for current and future residents. Watch the video here.
FREE TECH SUPPORT FOR ALL
Need tech support? No sweat! Starry now offers a totally free program that connects our best-in-class Starry Expert support to anyone in LA, DC, Denver, NYC, and Boston who needs any kind of tech help. Just call 866-497-4916 any day, any time. Seriously, we helped a resident fix their microwave last week.