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2018’s Hot Item: Online Rent Collections

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The Top 6 Culprits of Holiday Property Fires

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Budgeting your Rental Properties in 2018

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February 11, 2016

360 Sq. Ft. Might be the Next Big Thing for Multifamily Housing

When it comes to architecture trends, micro-apartments are all the rage. It’s hard not to be impressed when you see a 420-square-foot apartment transform into 6 functional rooms, accommodate 12 person dinner parties, and house 2 overnight guests. The question is, will it affect the multi-family industry? With New York’s city council approving the development of their first micro-apartments (against the 400-square-foot apartment minimum) in an attempt to experiment with affordable housing options, it’s safe to say it soon will be. That being said, no one will start renting out...

February 04, 2016

Does Your Rental Application Meet These 5 Key Areas?

Your rental application is the first step to safeguarding your community. Alongside background screening, it’s one of the few things that helps you evaluate if an applicant should live amongst...

January 28, 2016

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Screening applicants is an essential part of safely filling vacancies with trustworthy renters. Be sure that you are familiar with what you should know before performing resident screening on an...

January 26, 2016

Courteous Multifamily Construction Tips

When it comes to maintenance requests and complaints, you have it in the bag. You’re an expert at scheduling maintenance visits, issuing notices, and soothing any disgruntled residents. But have...