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New Year Resolutions for Residents

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The beginning of January is traditionally the time when people are planning their year and making their “New Year Resolutions.” While it is true that many people forget their resolutions as the year progresses, there a... read more >>

What Makes a Good Tenancy?

Property Management Blog
Many people feel that once a tenant is residing in the property all that is required is to “collect the check.” As property managers, we often hear this comment, but know this statement is far from reality. Tenancy sta... read more >>

Keep the Happy in Your Holidays

Property Management Blog
The Holiday Season is a hectic time of year – there is more traffic, crowds, activities, and pressure to spend money and charge credit cards. Keeping the happy in the holiday season can be a challenge for anyone. It helps to... read more >>

Handling Tenant Issues

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In a perfect world of landlord/tenant relations, the rent is never late; there are never maintenance problems, emergencies, or any other difficulties; tenants are never angry. However, this delightful scenario is usually not the c... read more >>

Good Tenants are Good Neighbors

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Anyone can be a bad neighbor, and no one wants to live in an area where people violate local laws or practice poor living habits. It is important to live quietly and allow others the quiet enjoyment of their home. It is better to ... read more >>

Fair Housing & the Rental Process

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It is crucial, when renting a property, that property managers and owners avoid discrimination. There are many pitfalls, and it requires good policies, procedures, and practices, to prevent unwanted Fair Housing complaints.&n... read more >>

Savings for the Gas Tank

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Because oil prices have skyrocketed, filling up at the gas tank is very expensive today. Unfortunately, we do not have control over the oil companies and the politics involved. Everyone must take steps to consider how they are goi... read more >>

The Security Deposit vs. Normal Wear & Tear

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If you have 100 property managers in a meeting, the majority will agree that settling a security deposits dispute is one of the more difficult tasks in property management, particularly when it comes to determining “normal w... read more >>

Fire Prevention, Part 2

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In our last issue, we discussed setting up a family plan in the event of fire and things you can do outside of your residence to prevent fires. Now we will address things to do to prevent interior fires.Walk through your home and ... read more >>

Raising the Rent

Property Management Blog
While reviewing their return on investment (ROI), many property owners think raising rents will improve the bottom line for the upcoming year. It is important to review income and expense figures on a regular basis and stay in tun... read more >>
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