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    Securing Your Properties Against Terror Attacks?

    To be straight up, there is good and evil in this world. God and Satan or any other label you ascribe to. As such, we are experiencing different methods of which these evil acts are carried out. Whether there is an increase in the number of attacks or not, that’s a topic that requires more researc…Read More

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    Financial Reports for Property Managers

    Financial reports are a critical element for property managers and property owners. Without these reports, how do you know the financial health of your portfolio or a single property? Decisions are often made based on your current financial status. General Accounting Most general accounting applicat…Read More

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    PropertyZar – Dealing With Bad Tenants

    If you have been a landlord or property manager for any amount of time, you have experienced both good and bad tenants. We wish that all tenants would be great, but the fact is some are not. Warning Signs of Bad Tenants First, to help minimize the chances of getting a bad tenant, property owners and…Read More

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    Are People Skills Important for Property Managers?

    Should you care about possessing people skills as a property manager? After all, how important is it really? People skills are not industry specific. Whether you are a commercial property manager or residential property manager, people are people. Business tenants will be the same as residential ten…Read More

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    Understanding Rules For Support Animals

    More and more, there seems to be an increase in the use of support animals. Support and companion animals are getting a lot of attention recently and as such, property managers need to make sure you understand the laws governing emotional and support animals and how they pertain to you. Definition o…Read More

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    Requirements for Accessibility Compliance

    The Fair Housing Act of 1968 and Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990is a bit complicated for multi-family properties. If the laws are not followed, you could be faced with hefty fines. The FHA requires property owners to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities to use …Read More

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    The Best ROI Amenities for Property Rentals

    While some amenities seem to be a little over the top, there are those amenities that provide a decent ROI and have since grown into best standards among property owners. As property owners and managers, what amenities should you add? It’s best to consider the upfront costs versus the value it bri…Read More

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    Tips to Spruce Up Your Rental Property

    As Commercial or Residential Property Managers, as well as individual Property Owners, one of the sure-fire ways to attract tenants is to spruce up the look of your rental property. Of course, how much you do and spend depends on your class of properties. If you own class A-B properties, you probabl…Read More

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    Should Property Managers Use Uninsured Or Unlicensed Contractors?

    If you are a seasoned property manager or real estate property investor, you have probably gone through a rehab in your lifetime. If you decide to hire uninsured/unlicensed contractors, you need to be aware of the risks that come along with that decision. When a licensed general contractor is hired…Read More