Make the most from your property management fees

Elyse LeBlanc
Elyse LeBlanc | 1 min. read

Published on December 11, 2015

As the property management industry continues to get more competitive, it is increasingly important for companies to charge the right fees to win new business. Yet with so many services and ways to collect fees, how do property managers know if their rates are competitive?

To help better understand the market landscape, we synthesized data from nearly 500 property managers. Our infographic provides insights into how property managers are structuring their fees for their most popular services, so you can determine a competitive rate for your business.
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Elyse LeBlanc

Elyse has worked at Buildium for the past 3 years, starting in our Customer Care department and working most recently in Product Marketing. Raised in Colorado but a New England girl at heart, Elyse brings 10 years of customer service and training experience to Buildium, along with a passion for product knowledge and learning. Elyse has been a stakeholder in the ongoing update of Buildium's knowledge base and development of new educational content for customers.

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