National Tenant Network Sponsors Annual NARPM Convention in Dallas The National Association of Residential Property Managers Meets October 19th - 21st
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore., Oct. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For the 3rd consecutive year, National Tenant Network is the Platinum Sponsor for the annual NARPM convention, held this year at the Intercontinental Hotel in Addison, Texas. Property managers from across the country will attend this year's convention to network, attend educational seminars and meet with industry leaders to discuss current industry best practices. NTN is a NARPM affiliate, providing the Association's members access to the investment brand leader's full range of tenant screening services.
National Tenant Network's CEO, Ed Byczynski, will be available at the convention to meet with property managers regarding the full suite of screening, leasing and rental income assurance programs available from NTN. These programs were developed specifically for property managers and owners who wish to reduce liabilities in real estate investment. Through a rigorous applicant screening process, followed by a proven formula of tenant selection support, NTN offers its subscribers an accurate and timely method of increasing the acceptable applicant pool. As a result, resident retention is increased and financial loss is reduced. But according to Byczynski, having the best product is not enough. "Investors must identify with a company, its people and its products on an emotional level if they are to believe in and try something new." He cites NTN's "uncommon understanding" of real estate investment and the company's 25-year history of superior customer service. Operating from 30 regional offices across the country, National Tenant Network delivers solutions for property owners and managers that protect investment income while providing consistent, reliable tenant screening data. For additional information, or to locate an NTN office near you, go to http://www.ntnonline.com or call 800.228.0989.
SOURCE National Tenant Network, Inc.