This week we had a lot more tours than we did last week, which was good to see! In fact, on Friday we got in 4 applications which is the most we have ever received in one day since I have been working. I began processing the applications in order to get the future residents approved and move in as soon as possible. We also ran into an issue on Friday. We had one unit on special for a certain price and I showed it to two people back to back and both of them were interested in applying. There was a miscommunication with the first prospect and my manager and the prospect thought that she had till the end of the day to fill out the application for the apartment. The other person that I toured with got her application in right away and the first tenant was so upset. My manager had to work with the first prospect in order to give her a lower rate on a different unit. It was a stressful situation to be in because this person was blowing up our phones nonstop and was acting very mad. I am glad that the situation got handled. This week, my manager taught me how to code invoices and enter them which was not hard for me because I worked with invoices a lot in my prior job,
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