If you own any type of rental properties, you want to minimize vacancies. That’s where CLASS comes in. Our leasing services and training courses are designed to help property owners like you reduce vacancies and increase occupancy. Our marketing and management strategies are effective! Take a look at our case studies and you’ll see that we regularly come up with custom solutions to increase occupancy rates even in rental communities that are more challenging to rent out. As property leasing specialists, that’s what we’re all about: apartment vacancy solutions. To get started and learn more about how we can assist you, reach out to us today.

  1. 4 Ways To Utilize Snapchat At Your Apartment Community

      When it comes to connecting with your residents and prospects, you as a member of the leasing office need to be exploring as many avenues as possible to use to your advantage, especially the free ones.  Do not make the mistake of thinking that prospects and residents only use Facebook and Twitte…Read More

  2. Getting Comfortable with ‘No’

    “Are you comfortable hearing the word ‘no’?”  This is a question often asked during the leasing agent interview process and while most interviewees say they’re exceedingly comfortable with rejection, the reality is that few are. With the industry’s average closing ratio hovering around …Read More

  3. How to Handle Unhappy Residents

    It can happen at a moment’s notice: Your leasing agent is sitting with a prospect, hopefully describing all the great benefits of living at your community, when an unhappy resident bursts into the leasing office to frantically express their distaste for some recent occurrence.  This is no time to…Read More

  4. The Importance of Professional Photos for Listings

    No property manager wants to have a long list of vacancies on their hands. At CLASS Inc., we provide professional apartment vacancy solutions for communities everywhere, and we would be happy to help you too! One of the best ways to get people in to look at your vacant apartment is to advertise, bu…Read More

  5. Utilizing SWOT Analysis

    In the fast-paced environment that is the multifamily industry, it can be easy to get caught up in the day-to-day activities of the office and forget the big picture. However, it’s important to take a step back once in a while to make sure your property is on the right track and making progress wi…Read More

  6. Communication is Key

    Leasing up a new construction community is much different than simply filling empty apartments at established communities. The process is riddled with unforeseen barriers that can be minuscule, yet time consuming, for the management. There are many people involved and a lot of moving parts, so it i…Read More

  7. Your Solution for Apartment Vacancies

    Does your apartment community have a long list of vacancies that you just can't seem to fill? Have you tried everything from a free month of rent to free deposits with no success? If this sounds like you, then it is time to turn to the experts over at CLASS Inc. Since 1984, our talented team has bee…Read More

  8. Smoke Free Community: Good or Bad Idea?

    There are some standard questions you get while leasing in a community such as: What is the price? Are you pet friendly? What is the noise like? But one new question that is starting to become more and more common is “do you allow smoking?” For the longest time the answer to this question is yes…Read More

  9. No Upgrades? No Problem!

    When your community isn’t upgrading and it seems like all your competitors are it can be easy to lose excitement about leasing. However, selling apartments that aren’t upgraded isn’t the kiss of death for your community. Here are some ways to combat the objection: You’ve already identified y…Read More