5 Ways to Ease Your Management Pains

May 12, 2022

Resolving the Worst Pains of Property Managers Finding better ways to improve operations efficiencies is likely the number one objective of smart property management pros this year. Why? Because reducing workloads cuts costs which allows you and your staff to get to those tasks and projects that matter to business success. Business success is everything.…

  • The True Costs of Tenant Turnover

    October 13, 2021

    Rental Unit Turnover and Tenant Churn Now in 2022, we're seeing higher rental apartment and house rental churn rates because people are moving for new employment, lower rents, and making other post pandemic adjustments. Property managers might feel powerless to reduce that occurrence and control the losses for landlord owners. Having to renovate and remodel…

  • Tenant Retention Strategy | 10 Simple Things You Can Do

    September 21, 2021

    Better Tenant Retention and Lower Churn As the pandemic slowly disappears, moratoriums end, and employment resumes, landlords and apartment managers are seeing higher vacancy rates. Vacancy is impossible to avoid given renters tend to be a transient population. Add on on economic cycles, rising rent prices, and normal life changes, and turnover adds up. It…

  • NAA Conference - Advocate 2021

    NAA Conference - Advocate 2021 There's a lot going on in Washington and your state with respect to how the government represents the interests of landlords and tenants fairly. It's generally believed that Federal and State governments are not playing fair and are instead playing politics at landowners' expense. It's made being a landlord a…

  • Encourage Rent Payments from Renters

    December 15, 2020

    How to Get Renters to Pay Rent Are you sliding into a dangerous financial situation with renters who avoid paying their rent? Before you hit the inevitable eviction wall, there are some tactics you could use to encourage rent payment from renters. The current political mood is one that might make people feel hopeless about…

  • 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,…

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