Let Me Show You How To Reverse Your Bad Reputation & Double Your Rental Applications In 30 Days Or Less By Asking One Simple Question...
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Your business has the potential to have a much higher occupancy rate if you ask just one question.

Let me explain why that one question is so important, what that question is and provide you with an answer.
But before I answer, let me ask you this question.
Question: What is the first thing a potential renter does when they are looking to get a new apartment?
Answer: They do a Google search.
Like, "apartments near me"
If You Were A Potential Renter Which Apartment Complex Would You Choose?
I know, obviously the one with the better reviews.
The Importance of Google Reviews
Getting reviews from your customers has always been a beneficial exercise for business, but today its importance is even greater.

The power of the customer testimonial cannot be underestimated in its influence on other potential customers.

You can tell me you are nice, and I may believe you. However, if an unbiased third party tells me you are nice, I’d be much more inclined to believe it. In fact, one recent study suggests that customer reviews are the most powerful purchase influence.

Another study found that 88% of consumers consult reviews before making a purchase, and yet another study indicated that 63% of consumers are more likely to make a purchase from a site that has customer reviews.

So, why should testimonials be so important to you? In Google’s pursuit to deliver the most relevant and beneficial results for local searches, they not only want to know what your business does but how your business is perceived.

They do this, in large part, by seeing how many reviews you have and what your average customer rating is.

Want proof? The tour illustrating the features of the new Google Maps states outright that the “highest-rated” businesses near you will be returned when you search with local intent.

Google also recently updated its map search layout to show ratings and reviews much more prominently. Additionally, with Google, content is king; adding user-generated content on your site or your Google page is a great way to add new, fresh, and unique content.

The quality and quantity of reviews on Google is one of the most important ranking factors for local business.

And, when a person scans the search results for a local product or service in Google, the business listings that include customer reviews present greater credibility and, naturally, receive more clicks.

If your search result listing shows a 4.5-star rating with 18 reviews (and your competitor listings show less), that’s strong social proof that your product or service is trustworthy.

Another fact to be conscious of is that, in today’s day and age, your clients will review your products or services whether you want it or not.

Even if reviews are not posted to your site, there are numerous websites such as Yelp, Trip Advisor, and social media sites where reviews will appear.

To maximize the effect of your reviews, and to maintain as much control over them as you can, prompting your customers to leave reviews about your company on your Google Local page should be your first priority.
Your Apartment Complex's Poor/Few Reviews Are Preventing You From Getting Renters...
So How Do We Fix This Problem And Guarantee Great Reviews?
By Using The Law Of Reciprocity!
The Law of Reciprocity – basically says that when someone does something nice for you, you will have a deep-rooted psychological urge to do something nice in return.

As a matter of fact, you may even reciprocate with a gesture far more generous than their original good deed.
So when a potential renter comes in, sees the unit and gets the rental app all you do is at the end right before they leave ask them this:

Would you mind leaving us some FEEDBACK?
and hand them a feedback card.

They already want to live there, what do you think they'll do?

and you'll get a 5 star review.