Property Management

Top Trends Driving Property Management Covid 19 has brought or accelerated changes in the industry in 2020, but that might pale to what's in store for us in 2021.  The election, battle with the virus plague, work at home, migration from the cities, and intense demands for online services will force managers to search for…

  • How to Improve Profit Margins

    July 21, 2020

    Increasing Owner Profit Margin One of your top priorities for the coming 12 months might be to learn how to improve your client's profit margins. That's because small improvements in the revenue/cost ratio magnify earnings for property owners. And for owners it's all about earnings. But where to grow revenue and where to cut costs…

  • Toronto Rental Market

    Toronto Condo and Apartment Rental Market Toronto's rental housing stock is in limited supply, and immigration, an improving economy, and slowed construction industry in 2020 means prices will rebound. The rental market in Toronto is seeing lower prices during the pandemic, but few believe it won't hop back up to 2019 price levels. Too much…

  • What to Look for in A Profitable Rental Property

    March 05, 2020

    Choose the Best Rental Investment Property We're into the 3rd month of 2020, and this year's rental market is looking promising. With interest rates dropping, the rental property markets from New York to Florida to California could heat up. If you're a landlord/owner on the hunt to buy some great rental houses, condos or apartments,…

  • Is Wall Street Giving Landlords a Bad Name?

    February 01, 2020

    Wall Street on Investment Tear A recent report by Bloomberg is uncovering a serious threat to landlord's reputations and could encourage the rent control movement. That would be a big blow to Wall Street Investors, whose short term outlook could collapse back onto them. It's a bigger threat to SMB landlords who it is revealed…

  • Rental Property Investing

    January 22, 2020

    Buying Rental Property in 2020? The real estate market has yet to hit its peak. And the rental property market may have even better underlying fundamentals  — supporting rising home prices and higher rent prices for tenants. Those Fundamentals Are: very high home/apartment prices high employment rates higher wages better jobs coming low mortgage rates…

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