The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Small-Portfolio Investors

Robin Young
Robin Young | 30 min. read
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The population of small-portfolio investors is the largest it’s been in at least a decade. And even though a growing market signals new opportunities, not all investors share the same goals.

For example, 1 in 2 rental owners use their property to provide a passive stream of income, while 1 in 3 use it as an active stream of income.

This reality has implications for what rental owners expect when they hire a property manager, as well as how property managers can prove their value.

Download our new report to get invaluable insights from the hundreds of small-portfolio rental owners we surveyed, including:

  • The different types of rental property investors you’re likely to find in your client base
  • The goals that small-portfolio investors have for their properties, and where they struggle
  • The areas where property managers can make an impact and prove their value
  • The services and technologies that investors expect their property manager to provide

Plus: In spite of their declining numbers, Accidental Landlords are more interested in your services than ever. Don’t miss the first report in our series, The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Accidental Landlords.

Download The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Small-Portfolio Investors
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