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Three Core Actions You Need to Bring “Unit Turnover Management” Into the 21st Century

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10/21/2021

11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: Sorin Michnea, SuiteSpot CTO

Suite Spot

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Did you know that for every 1,000 units managed by the legacy approach to unit turnover, it costs you $300,000 in lost NOI.  That is what we like to call “Make Ready Anarchy”.  It is worth more than $5 million in today’s market. 

Cost in lost NOI is found to be compiled from the following

  • Lost time
  • Errors and scope creep
  • Scheduling
  • Inefficiencies
  • Chargebacks
  • Compliance
  • Management oversight

In this webinar, SuiteSpot CTO, Sorin Michnea shares the three core actions that you need to bring Unit Turnover Management into the 21st century. As we stop for a moment and think about how much change has come to multifamily operations over the last decade.  Then realize how this process has not really changed regarding procedures we use today in managing Unit Turnover.

Together we’ll learn how to

  • Map your business processes to identify points of friction and areas for improvement
  • Automate your workflows to reduce errors, save time, and save money
  • How to introduce new processes to a resistant audience

Sorin Michnea Sorin is a highly entrepreneurial technologist with 15 years of experience building products and teams in varied technical fields, from telecommunications to web publishing and analytics.

Prior to becoming the CTO of SuiteSpot, Sorin has served as a Software Development Manager for BLiNQ Networks, where he was a driving force in the design and development of BLiNQ’s radio and RF planning products with Tier-1 operators such as AT&T, Sprint, Vodafone, América Móvil and integrators like Cisco, Huawei and Juniper Networks.

Sorin holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Bucharest in Romania.

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