Property Management Blog

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Finding a New Tenant Quickly to Maximize Your ROI

It’s June, and we’re looking at the end of the first half of this year. Whew. We made it. In our last two newsletters, we’ve been talking about the popularity of these months for moving. Everyone is thinking about a new home when the weather is warmer and school is out. Our topics have included:  Expectations at lea...

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Turning Over Your Property for a New Tenant

Here we are, embracing the busy time. Most tenants are moving now or in the next month so they can be settled and in place before the summer ends. Our newsletters during this period have looked at the leasing process, specifically:  Expectations at lease endTurning over your property to rent againQuickly finding new tenantsRight now,...

Monday, April 26, 2021

Expectations at Lease End

Spring has definitely sprung, and now that we’ve emerged from the slower winter season, we know you’re getting ready to tackle the busiest few months for your business. Our newsletters this quarter will focus on tenant turnovers and moving. Look for these topics:  Expectations at lease endTurning over your property to ren...

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

How We’re Protecting You and Your Property from Scams

In the first quarter of this year, we are focused on scams and fraud because they’re more common than you think. So far, we have addressed:  How common are scams and fraud?How scams hurt rental property ownersToday, we’re sharing our final words on this topic, highlighting what we do to protect you and your rental propert...

Thursday, February 4, 2021

Rental Scams and Fraud Can Hurt Owners

In the first quarter of this year, we’re discussing scams and fraud. In the last newsletter, you learned about how common scams are, and this month, we’re talking about how this type of fraud can hurt owners like you. Next month, we’ll move on to the measures we take to protect your property. Let’s dive right in:...

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

How Common Are Home Rental Scams and Fraud?

In the first quarter of this year, we want to talk about the work we’re doing to protect you from scams and fraud. In your next three newsletters, you can expect to read about:How common are scams and fraud?How scams hurt rental property owners.How we’re protecting you and your property.How common is fraud? According to the Fe...

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Strategies to Stay Productive at Home

Due to current events, many people are now working from home. While many of us have dreamed of the idea of working from home, now that it’s a reality, we realize the many challenges of this lifestyle. That is why this month we are going to be highlighting some important strategies to reduce your stress and overwhelm and make you mor...

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Safety Reduces Liability

Providing safety for tenants is a common sense approach to reducing liability for property owners, as well as complying with building codes and laws. It is important that both the interior and exterior of a property can provide a safe environment for a resident.A major key for reducing liability is to “think preventative.” Pay...

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Setting the Stage

If you list your home with a real estate company, they would advise you to take certain steps to maximize how your house would show to the public. Their recommendations may include cleaning, landscape clean up, painting, installing new flooring, changing an appliance, and more. In addition, if the house were vacant, they might even recomm...

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Mistakes Investors Should Avoid

Every market offers investment opportunities, and some might consider now is a good time to buy an investment property. Inevitably, some tend to forget to watch for investment pitfalls. If you are thinking of adding properties to your investment portfolio, avoid making the following mistakes. Purchasing a property without educated resear...

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