Sunday, January 24, 2021

Type of Property Management Licenses

Residential property management requires a degree of professionalism and expertise acknowledged by state-specific licensure that demonstrates a manager’s education, experience, trustworthiness, and understanding...

How to Advertise Your Empty Unit

In a perfect world, new tenants would move in shortly after the previous tenants move out, bringing a steady stream of cash to...

Landlords To Be Thankful For This Year

You’ve done it again! Pouring your energy and heart into caring for your tenants, properties, and communities all year. And what a whirlwind...

Are You Ready For A Real Estate Audit?

Property management is a complex business with many moving parts. Instead of dreading the request for a real estate audit, you can have...

Renter-Friendly Holiday Decorating Ideas

The holidays are a festive and wonderful time with friends, family and great food. If you are a renter though, it is sometimes...

Holiday Safety Tips for Your Tenants

There’s no doubt about it, the holidays are going to look a little different this year. With the pandemic and social distancing regulations canceling...

Why Every Real Estate Agent Should Own Investment Property

You may be the most successful real estate agent, but you won’t reach your highest potential and net value until you invest in...

What Landlords and Tenants Need to Know About Hoarding vs Clutter

Let’s talk about clutter and hoarding. Although there are inherent hazards and concerns, the topic is often glossed over or not addressed.   There are...

How to Respect Tenant Privacy in a Shared Rental Property

The age-old adage that curiosity killed the cat also applies to tenant privacy. It takes only a few seconds of curiosity to kill...

Property Management Trust Accounting Primer

Trust accounting at its core is the same for non-profits, estates, and businesses but to properly and legally handle owner and tenant funds,...