Ways Landlords Can Leverage Technology to Increase Revenues

As a landlord, you’re always looking for ways to give a boost to the bottom line. With technology a huge part of that bottom line these days, it only makes sense that you’re going to look to it not only to increase revenue but to improve your tenants’ experience as well.

So what are the ways in which you can do this? Here are a few that we’ve collected:

Use machine learning and artificial intelligence for optimal pricing strategies. With many new companies emerging with the exact intent of using data analytics and machine learning to predict rent-related factors, you won’t have to do all the heavy lifting yourself. These companies include Enodo as well as HouseCanary – but you’ll be able to find many competitors out there as well.

Include high-speed internet in the rent, which in turn increases the rent you’ll be able to charge. Starry Internet is a great example of in-house internet that you can install, giving tenants quality internet connection and yourself a reason to increase your rent roll.

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PRESS RELEASE: Smart, Green and Gold, that’s 951 Yamato

951 Yamato undergoes a series of property improvements, earning the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) prestigious ENERGY STAR rating

West Palm Beach, Fla. – NAI/Merin Hunter Codman, Inc., Palm Beach County’s leading commercial real estate services firm, announced the acceptance of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) prestigious ENERGY STAR on behalf of 951 Yamato, a 146,000-square foot, Class-A office building located in Boca Raton. By meeting these strict standards, 951 Yamato is saving energy, saving money and helping protect the environment by generating fewer greenhouse gas emissions than typical commercial buildings.

Energy efficiency and reducing tenant overhead costs were at the forefront of 951 Yamato’s recently completed million-dollar property improvement program which included environmental sensitive upgrades such as changing all common area lighting to LED and installing electric smart car charging stations for tenant and visitor use. A partial list of additional property improvements include: modern white, gray and striking gold exterior paint, new monument signage, new carpet and furniture in both the east and west entrances, as well as new tables and chairs in the soaring two-story, 8,000-square foot atrium where tenants can be found hosting events, taking informal meetings and gathering for lunch. A state-of-the-art shared tenant conference room is also being constructed at 951 Yamato.

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