Property Management News for September

What's New in Property Management We're keeping a closer eye in property management news stories, events, developments, tech, and property management trends, and reporting them right here. It could be the new investment, technology, efficiency, and competition could be changing the culture of property management and the housing market this year. Woman Sells Huge Property…

US Needs 4.6 Million Apartments by 2030

Study Shows US Renter Era is Coming It's a good time to be a property manager, rental income investor, or landlord. Opportunities will be spawned in the apartment and condo rental sector in the coming years. The US is becoming a renter nation due to sheer numbers of new renters along with supporting economic and…

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…

Renter Lifestyle Has It's Benefits

Survey of Renters and Homeowners Reveals Why People Rent Long before a prospective home or condo buyer makes the buy vs rent decision, they review the benefits of renting such as no downpayment, no financing, no contracts, no maintenance, and more time for just about everything. They do this after they hear about how expensive…

Rental Property Cash Flow | How to Manage Late Paying Tenants

6 Easy Tips for Collecting Rent from Tenants Cash flow is always a big issue for both landlords, rental property investors and property management companies. You’re not alone with your struggles with consistent cash flow and timely rent payments from tenants. What's needed is a smarter approach to cash flow optimization begins. And it starts…

Should you buy Renter's Insurance?

What is Renter's Insurance? Renter's insurance is a policy to protect renters' valuables in the event something bad happens to it or your rentals (i.e. fire, theft, etc.). Your landlord's insurance policy generally will not cover their tenants' possessions.  Renter's insurance can be inexpensive and easy to purchase from major insurance companies, either online or…

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