The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Small-Portfolio Investors

Robin Young
Robin Young | 30 min. read
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The population of small-portfolio investors is the largest it’s been in at least a decade. And even though a growing market signals new opportunities, not all investors share the same goals.

Download our new report to get invaluable insights from the hundreds of small-portfolio rental owners we surveyed, including:

Types of Investors
The different types of rental property investors you’re likely to find in your client base

The goals that small-portfolio investors have for their properties, and where they struggle 

The areas where property managers can make an impact and prove their value

The services and technologies that investors expect their property manager to provide

Plus: In spite of their declining numbers, Accidental Landlords are more interested in your services than ever. Don’t miss the first report in our series, The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Accidental Landlords.

Download The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Small-Portfolio Investors
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