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Category: Tenant Management

How to Avoid Contracting Corona Virus

Corona Virus Safety Tips The Covid 19 outbreaks in Florida, South Carolina, Texas and California are reminders that we all need to be very careful about this deadly disease that's gripped our nation. As business reopens in many states, it is almost certain there will be more outbreaks, perhaps even a second wave. If we…

Tenant Retention Strategy | 10 Simple Things You Can Do

How to Keep Your Tenants The Corona Virus slowdown is generating more than unemployment, refinancing, and too much work in collecting rent. It's creating changes in how property management will be conducted going forward. Remember the days of 98% occupancy and zero missed rents? Well, now landlords have to earn those numbers. Rent payment moratoriums…

Parking Policy for Apartment Renters

February 25, 2020

Know Your Parking Policy We covered rules and regulations in buildings previously, but what are residents' responsibilities on automobiles and parking? Generally speaking, residents must comply with all parking rules, signs, speed limits (e.g. 5 hours per hour), or other directional instructions implemented by the property management company. Parking policy is normally included in House…

Creating Your Resident Handbook

February 18, 2020

Build Resident Relations with One Handbook A Resident Handbook can help landlords build a positive relationship with their tenants.  It's relatively simple to put together and is great way to communicate good apartment management practices to tenants. You might know the resident handbook as a tenant handbook or renter handbook. It's purpose is to help…

Instant Tenant Services

February 13, 2020

How to Speed Up Tenant Services As a progressive landlord or property management professional, you're likely handling more properties than you're comfortable with. That volume can make it difficult to respond to tenants quickly. Time, budget, energy and lack of insight all conspire to push you back to those "old school" habits. And that's not good…

Screening Tenants Using Social Media

December 27, 2019

Is Using Social Media a Form of Discrimination? Landlords have a lot of tools and data sources to help them screen in good prospective renters and screen out undesirable ones. And landlords today are using Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, and other social media networks to check out prospective renters. Newer, younger, untrained landlords have less…

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