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2016 MidYear Update

Storage Asset Management, Inc. (SAM) is pleased to announce a midyear update of their activities for the first half of 2016. During the first half of 2016, SAM increased same store revenue by 6.8%. Occupancy at SAM same store locations … Continued

Lead Conversion Mastery

Leads and lead conversion mastery….the hot topics today in self-storage. The most important aspect of the self-storage manager’s job is to rent units and collect rent. To rent units in today’s ever competitive self-storage market (regardless of where the property is) … Continued

Announcing Our 2015 Results

Storage Asset Management (SAM) is proud to announce the operating results of their managed properties in 2015.  As a mid-sized and privately held third party management company focused on growth, SAM holds themselves to very high standards and expectations.  In … Continued

SAM’s 2016 Annual Meeting

Each year our store managers, district managers and corporate office staff come together for an annual meeting to review the previous year and have a mini-training session for the next year.  This year we brought in speakers from Byrnes Heath Center … Continued

Susan G Komen Donation

  During the month of October, our managed self storage stores raised money for the Susan G. Komen foundation. Every time an item from a facility’s packing and moving supplies selection was purchased, a portion of the sale was donated … Continued

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2016 MidYear Update

August 16, 2016

Storage Asset Management, Inc. (SAM) is pleased to announce a midyear update of their activities for the first half of 2016. During the first half of 2016, SAM increased same store revenue by 6.8%. Occupancy at SAM same store locations … Continued

Announcing Our 2016 Results…

March 9, 2017

Storage Asset Management (SAM) is proud to announce the results of their managed self-storage properties in 2016. As a mid-sized and privately held third party management company focused on growth, SAM holds themselves to very high standards and expectations.  In … Continued