Residents’ satisfaction with cultural services provided by property managers in Chinese housing communities

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Yang Zhang
Jie Sun
Zhihong Hu
Wei Wang
Chengliang Wu
Cite this article:  Zhang, Y., Sun, J., Hu, Z., Wang, W., & Wu, C. (2021). Residents’ satisfaction with cultural services provided by property managers in Chinese housing communities. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 49(6), e9845.


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In this article we discussed the influence path of culture-building services provided by property management companies in China’s residential communities, and their relationship with residents’ evaluations of the companies’ services. Using data from a survey of 501 residents of typical commercial housing communities, we constructed a structural equation model based on the stimulus–organism–response framework. Community cultural services were used as the stimulus variable; pleasure, arousal, and perceived value were the organism variables; and customer satisfaction was the response variable. Our results show that the impact of cultural services on residents’ evaluations could be explained by the stimulus–organism–response model, such that a strong community culture had a positive impact on residents’ emotions and perceived value, and on customer satisfaction. The findings of this study enrich understanding of how property services managers can construct a community culture system to satisfy owners.

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