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Tenant Management Tips

Improve Your Tenant Management Skills If you're considering getting into rental property investment whether through apartments, houses or multifamily blocks, it's wise to understand how to manage your future tenants professionally. Professionally means engaging with them using clear, helpful communication that encourages the behaviors you want to see.  Friendliness and courtesy are great, but what you'll…

Why Tenants Leave

Survey Shows What's Behind Tenant Turnover In some cities in 2019, higher vacancies, lower rents and more rental availability is encouraging many tenants to not renew their leases.  Hanging onto tenants will increase as an focus. Tenant losses are creating some anxiety for property managers who may suffer revenue losses as turnover and vacancy losses…

Best Incentives for Renters

Top Landlord/Developer Concessions Landlords and property managers in San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Jose, Oakland, Denver, Phoenix, and Las Vegas are pulling out the stops to fill their rising vacancies and keep tenants in 2019. When vacancy rates rise, we all have to be more creative. In these markets, business as usual doesn't…

How To Make Your Tenants Happy

Business is Never Good Until the Customer is Happy Have you treated your tenants in a professional, businesslike way, and thought everything was fine, but it wasn't? Did they make complaints and eventually vacate the unit? Even very successful business people forget that business is about people. And when people feel good, they might stay…

Los Angeles Apartment Rental Prices Rise

Rents Rise in Los Angeles Are you planning to move to the Los Angeles area soon?  That elusive apartment vacancy will come with a slightly higher price.  And while LA rents are up, they're actually less than US apartment price rises. Apartment rental prices nationally rose in May at the fastest rate of the last…

How Millennials Think

Open Minds and Progressive If we're going to improve productivity, stay competitive, and avoid making wasteful, repetitive errors at work, we're more likely to do it with a new style of thinking, as opposed to relying on experience. Experience hasn't always been a good teacher. Sometimes we need to break out of the mold. Do…

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