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Attracting tenants to your property in the highly competitive CRE market can be a huge challenge. One way for building owners and managers to stand out in the crowd is to leverage their building’s property website to promote occupancy details, building amenities, local attractions, and more.
The days of flipping through ads of a phonebook are over. Sending a pamphlet through the mail gets placed in the junk pile without a second thought. If a customer is going to find you, it’s going to be online. And in a highly competitive Commercial Real Estate market, your online image can go a long way. With so many search results available, it takes just seconds to diagnose whether you’ve found what you’re looking for or not.
Do you dread planning your property’s holiday schedule? Coordinating tenant occupancy, staffing needs, and building operations can often be a hassle, involving multiple emails, phone calls and stacks of paper work.
Assuming you’ve already identified that your current tenant service workflow system needs improvement, it’s time to take action to correct the issue. As with most projects, it helps to begin by identifying several specific objectives.
Looking for new ways to attract and retain tenants? Get started with our Definitive Guide to Tenant Communications, and find out how superior tenant service and attention to developing tenant relationships can ultimately boost your bottom line.
Building Engines announced over the weekend their plans to launch BuildingConnect, an affordable, fully branded, and easy to maintain website solution for commercial property owners and managers. Offering attractive design themes complemented by powerful search, communication and management tools, BuildingConnect will allow individual properties to manage their brand, showcase their amenities and service, and drive tenant engagement.
Presenting the face of your building to the public is more about clicks than bricks. Consider your property website the front door for current and prospective tenants. Just like the physical space, it should be branded, easy to navigate, professional and just a little sparkly. And visitors shouldn’t have to ask for directions.
As a community information space for building tenants and a marketing face for prospective tenants, your site is a critical component of your business – it’s design and functionality should reflect that! Here’s five features to kick it up a notch: