INFOGRAPHIC : Four Tenant Experience Mistakes to Avoid
Just like all property managers, you’re on a constant quest to improve your site’s tenant experience. What might you be missing? The answers may be simpler than you think. See our infographic and get access to our tenant experience eBook.
As a property manager, you know the importance of managing tenant experience. Regardless of the industry, customer experience is paramount in competing to attract new prospects, close new deals and retain existing business.
You know how important it is to create that exceptional experience for your tenants. The problem? So do all your industry competitors. How can you make sure your efforts aren’t wasted and simply drowned out by the competition? What improvements can you realistically implement that will make an impact in setting you apart without blowing the budget?
At Kings III, our focus is on service to all people (your tenants, employees and visitors) in less than desirable circumstances–specifically, when they find themselves needing to reach out for emergency aid. In our work with multifamily and commercial property managers and owners, we’ve seen that often times there is extreme focus on how to improve the tenant experience with the newest amenities available that might make a splash. However, more practical items are often overlooked. Simple oversights in basic processes being more difficult than need be or not having a consistent level of service in interactions across the business will certainly detract from an otherwise positive experience. The infographic below focuses on these types of mistakes and how to remedy them.
Because your fitness center could be one of the more popular amenities on your property, it certainly brings a need for a plan to manage risks that can occur. If you haven’t already, it’s important to establish life safety and emergency response practices specifically designated for the area. Here are some of the essentials.
Elevator Communications and Data Connection Requirements: Properly Evaluating Security Risk, Reliability and Encumbrances
There’s a lot to consider when thinking about the new elevator emergency communication code requirements. Deciding to use your own network creates a long checklist and more work for you. Granting a third party vendor access to your network is an option but has risks. Here are a few things to consider when making your decision.
As part of Building Safety Month, we’re taking a look at some fundamental property crime statistics that all property managers should know, adding in some of our own crime prevention and crime response tips.
We have found as an emergency pool phone provider that there are multifamily communities unaware that their current pool phone service is actually using a deactivated cell phone. Depending on the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ), this often does not pass inspection for several reasons. This puts both property managers and their tenants at risk. Learn why.
Kings III equipment has been approved for the use of FirstNet, built by AT&T, which is a long-term evolution (LTE) network that gives first priority to first responders and other public safety personnel. Learn more here.
After a rigorous review process, Kings III’s emergency phone host control panel, the M90, is now FirstNet Ready™ and ready for use on FirstNet®, a public safety network. Learn items of note.
See how Kings III's emergency dispatch center was able to run as-usual during the mass Texas power outages and how we're prepared to do so in any outage.