Episode 15: Do What You’re Good At (And Crush It)

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In Episode 15, Do What You’re Good At (And Crush It), we spoke with Salvatore Friscia of San Diego Premiere Property Management. A longtime customer of Buildium, Salvatore has always demonstrated an entrepreneurial spirit, willing to try new approaches when he feels they harness his skillset. A social media pioneer in the industry, he has helped other property managers embrace a social-first approach. Most recently, he pivoted yet again, experimenting with a new business model that offers stripped-down services.

We discussed the kind of adaptability needed to embrace the new property management industry amidst the shifts in profitability, regulations, and technology—and what we think the future holds for him (and property managers everywhere).

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