Monty Rainey, owner of RPM Storage Management, LLC has more than 20 years of experience in self storage management. His background includes working as a District Manager for one of the nation’s largest REIT’s where his district was among the top five in the company in year over year revenue growth for four years in a row out of 28 districts. He then worked as a District Manager for a large self storage management company where he also had the number 1 district in year over year revenue growth.
Why RPM Storage Management?
When 3rd party management companies take over property for management, they demand full control. That may make you very uncomfortable. And it should! You’ve invested a lot into your business. At RPM Storage Management we take a much different approach. We can draft a customized management agreement that works for you. Hiring a 3rd party manager doesn’t mean you have to surrender complete control of your business. We’ll work with you to create a management program you are comfortable with.
Owner, Monty Rainey, literally wrote the book on self storage revenue management. Monty’s ebook, CROSS Training: Components of Revenue Optimization for Self Storage is now the basis of revenue management for hundreds of self storage properties across the United States. His program is used at hundreds of facilities throughout the US.
Over the past 20 plus years Monty has learned innovative ways of attracting customers without spending a fortune on advertising. Now today marketing also means staying up-to-date on technology and how to take advantage of the internet work or even tools that create more efficient self storage businesses.
RPM’s ongoing training of self storage staff develops average into super stars with a strong emphasis on being servant leaders. This requires ongoing personalized training, development and supervision of staff procedures to produce better results. Customer service tools are developed to resolve issues, keep customers happy and provide efficient operations.
These are just a few things that make the RPM difference.