Viewpoints on Virtual Leasing
Now Available On Demand
Online virtual apartment search has been a growing trend for the past few years, and there’s no sign of it slowing anytime soon. But the onset of COVID-19 significantly accelerated this trend beyond simple search to include an increasingly high demand for virtual tours within the leasing process.
Is your organization prepared for the changing trends that lie ahead—regardless of your current assets class? Find out in this exciting and highly relevant webcast on Thursday, February 4.
In this webcast—the first in the series—RealPage® experts Jay Parsons and Nikhil Venkatesh will take you through the latest trends and marketplace benchmarks, and you’ll hear firsthand how some current RealPage clients are adapting to this new way of leasing.
Watch for other upcoming webcasts as we continue to explore how advances in virtual leasing are changing property management and how this drives more renewals and long-term resident engagement.
Jay Parsons serves as VP, Head of Economics & Industry Principals for RealPage. He is a frequent author and speaker on topics including rental housing investment and asset management strategy, rental housing policy issues, risk management and property management – covering apartments and single-family rentals. Jay has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and CNBC, among other outlets. His commentaries have been published by the Pension Real Estate Association, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the National Apartment Association, American Banker and GlobeSt.
Nikhil VenkateshSVP, Consumer Solutions, RealPage, Inc.
Nikhil oversees product management and strategy for the core of the RealPage Renter Engagement Suite. He was the co-founder of ILM, a platform for leasing performance management / CRM and analytics. He has provided vision and leadership for large scale technology initiatives involving product development, deployment, and multifamily integrations. He has spent the majority of his career in multifamily, beginning with AIMCO, where he was the VP of Portfolio Strategy.