As the summer progresses use any free time you have to declutter your workspace. In Highlands Ranch property management there may be hundreds of miscellaneous notes in your system about small items that didn’t need to be addressed right away. Sort through these and take action to the ones that need it and get rid of anything that may have been handled already. Follow up with certain tenants to confirm the work was done. Follow up with owners to see if they are satisfied with the work done.
Go through your work cell phones and delete everything you don’t need any more. This can be a summer’s worth of contacts that you won’t be talking to any longer. This includes random people for showings, agents you worked with over the summer and previous tenants who have moved out and moved on. Delete all the texts from numbers you don’t know and just keep the ones you have contacts for or that you may need to refer to later. Take any old pictures of properties off and save them to their appropriate folders in your cloud storage.
Go through all your emails and make sure you have no unread emails hiding anywhere. Be sure to delete earlier instances of chains and only keep the top message. This reduces the amount of emails in your inbox by a lot. Go back through old emails and delete anything that is no longer relevant. Keep correspondence with certain tenants, owners, agents and potential leads. You may need to refer to them during your winter marketing campaign. This should only take about a week but it will free up a lot of space in your inboxes and better prepare you for next year’s push.
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