Landlord and Property Manager Surveys

June 01, 2020

How Are Landlords Faring as Summer Begins? It's not a bad idea to catch up on the pulse of what's trending in the rental markets and how landlords faring generally. Especially, during this phase of the shutdown as some businesses reopen. Some landlords will be dealing with legacy issues from the pandemic for a while.…

  • Property Management Challenges in the COVID-19 Pandemic

    May 20, 2020

    Property Management Challenges in the COVID-19 Pandemic While the Corona Virus pandemic continues, so do property manager or landlord challenges and questions. We've covered other pressing issues recently including lease management, evictions, and maintenance.  Today we’re discussing property management related questions in this unusual time, such as rent collection policy, daily operations best practices etc.…

  • 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…

  • Is a Wave of Evictions Just Ahead?

    April 28, 2020

    Is a Massive Wave of Evictions Coming? What happens when big numbers of tenants can't work, don't have income alternatives, financial aid programs dry up, and are legally able to avoid paying their rent via government rent moratoriums? The fallout from coming rent defaults might extend well beyond the next 3 months.   Experts aren't taking…

  • Maintenance Call Tsunami

    April 27, 2020

    A Tidal Wave of Maintenance and Repairs Building Up If your property maintenance scheduling feature wasn't used much before, it's likely going to get a workout in the summer. Landlords are reporting that maintenance tickets are well down from normal levels. Many tenants don't want contractors coming into their homes. And until there's a Covid 19…

  • Shutdown Survival Tips for Landlords and Property Managers

    April 17, 2020

    Rent is Due, but Not Collectable Landlords have enjoyed a particularly amazing run since about year 2010 with ultra low vacancy rates, intense rental demand, low mortgage rates, and rising rent prices. It's been an unprecedented decade for residential rental market investors, landlords and property managers. Yet now, with the Corona Virus "great shutdown," it's a…

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