Announcing the 2023 National PM Pricing Report
Pricing is the fastest way to improve profitability in your business. Period.
You know you need to improve your Revenue Per Unit. But how? There’s a lot of services you can provide and a lot of fees you can charge. But which convey the most value and will drive the most value for you? What are other PMs charging for, and how much are they charging?
IT’S TIME TO FIND OUT.
The 2022 NARPM Benchmark Is Now Full!
Keep up to date with the latest developments in the #BeatTheBenchmark Forum. Study results will be presented LIVE on Thursday, October 21st at the NARPM National Convention in Las Vegas.
Think you can guess what the new benchmarks will be? Don’t miss your chance to win big in the #BeatTheBenchmark game in the vendor hall at NARPM National! Come ready to play in Vegas!
Ready to take your pricing to the next level?
Get early access to the 2023 National PM Pricing Report by taking the survey today. This survey will produce a report of insider insight, and only contributors will be given free access.
What will be included in the pricing report?
Join the 2022 NARPM Benchmark Study to boost your own financial performance and help create more PM success stories like these:
How it works
Only contributors will have free access to the results of the 2023 National PM Pricing Report.
Your data will be kept strictly confidential, and will not be shared with any 3rd parties.
All you’ll need to do to contribute to the 2023 National PM Pricing Report (and receive the report for free), is complete the 15 minute Pricing Survey. That’s it!
We are conducting a national pricing comparison report based on aggregated data across many companies and markets.
However, it is likely in violation of federal or state antitrust laws for there to be understandings or agreements among property manager on competitive topics such as:
- Prices and fees that property managers charge;
- Services or packages of services that property managers provide
Property managers must make individual company-by-company decisions in all of these areas and must not have understandings or agreements with other property management companies about these topics.