Text messaging is one of the main reasons we use mobile devices today. Being able to send a quick message instead of making a phone call or sending an email has become an integral part of how we communicate. When it comes to your rental business, you can easily use text messaging to contact your tenants as well as potential renters, property managers, etc. Learn more about text messaging and your business below.
Connecting with Ease
With text messaging, you can easily connect with your tenants with ease. Forget about having to answer phone calls at all hours of the day. With text messaging, you have the ability to answer quickly and professionally, without taking time out of your schedule. You no longer have to take phone call after phone call as you can use text messaging for your communication needs.
A new product available today is revolutionizing the way landlords and property owners do business. With VerticalRent Hub, you have the ability to create a second text-enabled phone number that can be used specifically for your real estate. This means you will know who is contacting you and can get back to them in a timely manner, without having to be on your phone 24/7.
You will be able to have a separate address book that lists your vendors, suppliers, and tenants, allowing you to reach who you need to when you need to. You can text potential renters from your new mobile number as well as existing tenants straight from your keyboard. This quick access makes communication a breeze.
Streamline Your Business
The Hub also provides additional features that can easily be integrated into the everyday workings of your business. Use the phone aspect, email or text to reach any tenant, vendors or maintenance company. Easily go about handling new clients looking for rental properties or handle maintenance requests, all in one place.
By learning how to integrate texting into your daily operations, you will find that you are better suited to serve your clients and have access to a more modern form of communication. Today’s consumers use texting in social circles and are more open to communicating in this manner than any other.
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About the author
Matt Angerer is the Founder and President of VerticalRent. He enjoys writing on a variety of topics that help Landlords, Property Managers, and Renters across America. He is particularly interested in helping renters understand their local marketplace, pick the best places to live, and find an awesome roommate. Since 2011, VerticalRent has grown to service over 100,000 landlords and renters across America.