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Category: Landlord

31 of the Best Landlord Apps

October 16, 2020

31 Handy Apps for Landlords & Property Managers A big selection of landlord apps, new property manager apps and other helpful real estate apps have hit the market just in time to help rental pros get through this tough pandemic era into 2021. Few could have foreseen the huge demand for landlord apps, yet the move…

NAA Fighting the Eviction Moratorium

NAA Fighting the CDC Eviction Moratorium The Corona Virus workplace shutdowns have brought an unprecedented challenge for the real estate market. These hurdles are growing instead of easing for small to medium-sized landlord businesses. Millions of apartment tenants face a wave of evictions due to the government shutdown decision. Such evictions are something no one wants,…

How ManageCasa Comes to the Rescue of Landlords

September 11, 2020

ManageCasa Supports Property Managers and Landlords Right now in late 2020, landlords may face further revenue and cash flow challenges as Corona Virus aid is stopped or reduced. Expenses are rising, rents collected are falling, moratoriums get extended, and new regulations are making property management a tougher job. Landlords and property management companies have certainly…

Control Property Management Expenses

June 18, 2020

A Closer Look at Expenses on Profit & Loss Statements In a previous article, we talked about how revenue and vacancy losses impact property financial performance. While it’s essential to maximize rental income, it’s equally important to track how money spent on each line item and identify alternatives to generate cost savings. If you’re a…

Support for Small Landlords

June 08, 2020

June for National Small Business Landlords Month? The US National landlords day won't arrive till next November. But given how vital small business landlords are to communities and the new stay at home economy, should we designate June as national small landlord's month? In today's economy it seems big business is the squeaky wheel that…

Resident Manager Agreement and the Conditional License Agreement to Use Unit

June 04, 2020

On Site Resident Manager Agreement In California, landlords are required to have a Resident Manager to live on site for a property with 16 units or more. This is covered under the resident manager agreement and the conditional license agreement. In many situations, property owner may offer an employee with base salary for the Property…

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