Archive for September, 2011

Planners Hope to Get Input on Population Growth

Planners in Forsyth County are looking for public feedback on population growth, and based on their projections for downtown Winston-Salem it would be a very good thing for PTAA to have representatives involved


Continue Reading September 22, 2011 at 6:07 pm Leave a comment

Apartment Dynamics Featured in the Triad Business Journal

Apartment Dynamics is a long time member of PTAA and one of its principals, Mary Gwyn, is a member of the PTAA and AANC boards of directors. The Triad Business Journal did a nice article on the business that Mary and her husband Tom have built from scratch.

Continue Reading September 22, 2011 at 12:36 pm Leave a comment

Triad Biz Journal – Multifamily One Bright Spot in Triad Real Estate

The Triad Business Journal did a series of articles on the Piedmont Triad apartment industry in its most recent issue

Continue Reading September 21, 2011 at 5:22 pm Leave a comment

Triad Apartment Vacancies Down by a Third — WGHP

PTAA past president Sterling Kelly and Executive Director Jon Lowder were interviewed for a story about the apartment market in the Piedmont Triad.

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September 20, 2011 at 5:09 pm Leave a comment

Don’t You Forget About Me

Don’t forget about your prospective residents as soon as they sign on the dotted line… maintain the relationship to keep your residents happy and turn that into renewals!

From NAA’s Aptly Spoken

By Lauren Boston

Don’t You Forget About Me

Yesterday I went into the community clubhouse to renew my lease for yet another year—partly because I like my apartment, but also because I’m far too lazy to clean out my car, let alone pack everything up and move.

As I was sitting there waiting to sign the papers and eating a caramel chew that I swiped from the communal candy dish, I overheard a young couple rattling off a list of complaints to one of the leasing agents regarding the state of their “newly renovated” apartment.

According to these residents, problems include (but are not limited to) condensation on the walls, a broken dryer, chipping paint and a balcony door frame that feels as though it’s going to be ripped out of the wall whenever the door is opened. (They’ll understand what a blessing that last problem is when they get locked out and need to break into their own apartment).

Read more here.

September 10, 2011 at 5:01 pm Leave a comment


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