Raise your hand if you've ever moved into a new apartment, townhome, or house.🙋
Now trending...blind date events! The thrill, the suspense, the intrigue, it's sure to be a resident favorite! We've got three variations that will bring all the curious cats in. Grab the brown paper, pick out your catchy descriptors, and send your guests home with a fun surprise.
Searching for ideas to kickstart community in your lease-up apartment? Look no further! We’ve put together some tips and tricks to help you with event inspiration, welcome goodies, and overall resident engagement. Let’s get started!
Some neighbors are easy to connect with. You know the kind - the really outgoing, extroverted, highly social ones who aren't afraid to simply show up to an event.
But we don't want to just build community with them... we want to make all of our neighbors feel connected and welcomed. For those shy, harder-to-reach neighbors, you may have to be more intentional, but it's well worth it.
Community managers are vital to the apartment industry. Unfortunately, research says that more than ever, managers are at high risk of burnout. Swift Bunny estimated in 2020 that "at least 19 percent of community managers were uncertain they would stick around. In some organizations, that number was as high as 25 percent." Post pandemic, we can only assume that number is even higher.
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it only makes sense to turn it into a community event! The best part? It couldn't be nicer to your budget and is "toast"ally on trend (ok that might've been a stretch but we had to 😆).
We've all been there: you have an extravagant vision for an event with a near opposite budget. Lucky for you, we've got a few tips to stretch your budget and make all your party dreams comes true!