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Resident Interface Newsletter

Jun 30, 2021
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WELCOME LETTER

Our new name says it all.  

Resident Interface represents a new resident-centric approach to revenue recovery, and a recognition of changing client needs. Our rebranding campaign was meant to better reflect a newly adopted set of best practices, as well as a transition to a more comprehensive platform.  

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Past Due Debt Collection with Greg O'Berry

May 06, 2021
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The Multifamily Review Podcast

The Multifamily Review Podcast is hosted by Michael Avent, a Commercial Agent at Northcap Commercial, located in Las Vegas. In Episode 23, Greg O'Berry, Senior VP of Resident Services at Resident Interface, joins the podcast to talk about his 35 years of industry experience regarding rental housing and past due rent collections. 

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Introducing: The Suite of Services

Mar 29, 2021
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Collecting rent is one of the most fundamental responsibilities of a property manager. Unfortunately, not all residents pay their rent on time, and some cant pay at all. Delinquency management multifamily property operating performance is an important contributor to operational performance. In addition to the obvious and direct issues associated with late rent payments, an ineffective process for managing delinquencies can:

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Hunter Warfield Announces Rebrand to Resident Interface

Mar 02, 2021
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New Brand Captures Transformation of Company and Introduction of Comprehensive Suite of Services
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Introducing Resident Interface

Mar 01, 2021
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If you ask a New Englander for directions, they’ll tell you, “sure. But you can’t get there from here.” The joke refers to the landscape’s complicated navigation around lakes, the organization of roadways, and the impossibility of traveling a direct route. “You have to go back the way you came, take a left, go three lights, cross over here, go past the thing, and come around from the back.” The path to get from here-to-there feels ridiculous.  

“Yeah, but what can you do?” 

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