Leading High-Tech Property Management Company Expands to the NC Triad Region Featuring 3D Tours & Contactless Showings; Triad Rental Owners Have a Modern Option
With this expansion, no non-franchise management company effectively covers more of North Carolina than Victory Property Management. Our system & strategies have proven extremely effective across place and time, and we now offer them to Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, etc. Even before the COVID19 crisis, we were a fast-growing leader. However, we began last year with the infrastructure already in effect needed to hit the ground running once the outlook for 2020 darkened. Utilizing cutting-edge “Matterport” 3D virtual tours, contactless scheduling and showing, cloud-based portals, digital leases, and the best customer service in the industry. We successfully improved customer service, especially relative to competitors, in this time too. While COVID19 presented unique challenges, no one was better positioned to make the most of these challenges.
We Made The Most Of It
Make the most we did. We began the year with the infrastructure in place to take a rental home from A to Z without any human contact. We start with a digitally signed management agreement and provide a 3D virtual tour so realistic it is like walking through the home. Schedule showings using an easy-to-use app. Utilize electronic lockboxes for self-access rental viewing, and finalize the process with a digital application and lease. We round out our service with tenant and landlord portals where together we can manage payments, share contracts, address maintenance, and stay up to date in real-time.
Our Typical Client
Victory’s typical landlord customer is essentially a mom-and-pop type investor. There is little that is more rewarding than watching a homeowner grapple with the question of whether to become a rental investor and then watch them add several more homes to their portfolio after reaping exceptional returns all with little involvement or risk.
COVID19 changed rental management dramatically. It is imperative that landlords stay abreast of these epic shifts in renter habits and preferences.