If you’re not filling vacancies fast, you’re losing money. Period. But how can you make your units stand out from the crowd in an increasingly competitive rental market?

Fill out the form and hear from Mynd Property Management and TransUnion on the five ways to reduce vacancies and lease your rental property faster. You’ll want to attend this educational event if you’d like to:

  • Accurately set market-rate rents for your investment property
  • Learn how to get your unit rent-ready, with great photos and 3D tours
  • Expose your rental listing to as many prospective residents as possible
  • Leverage technology to save time, money and valuable resourcesIdentify high-quality residents who tend to be tech-savvy

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from two leading experts in the leasing business.

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Speaker

Kate Bond

Senior Director of Leasing
Mynd Property Management

Patience Hackler

Product Manager
TransUnion

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