Highly successful landlords and property management teams are constantly reviewing ways to increase the Net Operating Income (NOI) of an apartment property. Many of these successful investors and managers dramatically increase the quality of services they provide for tenants, while also maximizing the property income. Bernard Gehret will review the Top 10 ways he is seeing successful operators maximize their apartment income during these changing times of increased governmental legislation and the pandemic.
Bernard Gehret's "in the trenches" webinar will review:
-What are the "traditional" ways to increase income?
-What is the "new normal" for high efficiency operations in 2021 and beyond?
-What is the ONE THING apartment owners MUST do in 2021 to stay safe and actually "thrive"?
Also, Bernard will take time to answer your specific apartment questions during the Q & A portion of the webinar, so feel free to ask anything you want!
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
10:00 AM-11:00 AM (PST)
Register Here: https://www.multifamilynw.org/events/register?id=17066
MFNW Event Details Webpage: https://www.multifamilynw.org/events/top-ten-ways-to-maximize-noi
Multifamily NW Welcomes: Bernard Gehret, Principal Broker, Joseph Bernard Investment Real Estate
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