If you’re a landlord or property manager, you’ve probably had your fair share of bad tenants. It’s inevitable that as a property manager, you will have a bad experience with a tenant at some point. Late payments (or no payments at all), being a constant disruption to the neighbors, violating the rules in the rental
Summer Is Right Around the Corner Time seems to be moving quicker these days and summer will be here before you know it. Now is the time to start preparing your rentals for what summer brings. HVAC During the summer months, HVAC systems kick into high gear. Servicing your HVAC will help ensure it runs
Are you managing real estate properties yourself? There are some things you can do to make this job less painful. If you are managing properties yourself, there are some things you need to know. There are processes, forms and paperwork that you will need in order to protect yourself. Start with Property Management Software This
Many homeowners and property management companies do not consider home maintenance until something breaks. Is that the best way to maintain your investment? Whether you are a new landlord or seasoned one, you should establish some maintenance protocols. Here are some tips for protecting your investments: Establish a Home Maintenance Plan A good place to
It’s time to face the fact that there is a good chance your tenants don’t love you. If that is true of your property management company, then maybe it’s time to find out why. With all the potential issues that can go wrong, coupled with numerous tenants, it’s common to have rocky roads with tenants.
Office workers seem to have a harder time concentrating at work then do remote workplace workers. Google’s Work Environment Look at Google’s offices. Have you seen these crazy offices? Lounges, tree house type cubicles and hammocks. It looks like a fun place to work but the question is, does that environment and money produce anything
Recent Study A recent study shows that about 25% of property managers are optimistic about the future and 47% are somewhat passive and 28% are negative. For those negative 28%, the biggest issues are overworked, underpaid and stressed by the demands of the clients, which are ever increasing. People Challenges Many property managers are keeping
Oh, the joys of working remote (aka:telecommuting). Flexible travel, hours, locations all have an enticing draw to them. With improved technology, working remote is now possible whereas a decade ago, it wasn’t. But Can You Handle it? Everyone is different. From extroverts to introverts to emotionally needy individuals to the secure and insecure to the