Growth, Efficiency and Profitability are Top Property Manager Goals

December 02, 2021

Top Goals for Property Managers in 2022 Portfolio Growth, Revenue Growth, Improved Efficiency and Customer Experience We're just about to enter the year 2022. Isn't it frightening how fast the years pass by?  The future arrives faster too, and with it, more challenges, demands, and risk.  There's opportunity too, which means landlords and property managers…

  • Turnovers and Vacancies - Tenants Blaming Landlords

    August 30, 2021

    Tenants Looking for Better Landlords! Are more of your tenants venting on you and deciding to terminate their leases? Are they complaining more about a number of issues and blaming you directly? The most recent National Multifamily Housing Council tenant survey revealed further changes in tenant's rental needs, attitudes and preferences. An earlier survey this…

  • Tenant Churn and Why Tenants Leave

    October 14, 2020

    Survey Shows What's Behind Tenant Churn Inner-city landlords in the US, UK, Australia and Germany are seeing higher vacancies and reduced rents as renters flee the cities for more space in suburbs and other small cities and towns. A desire for lower rents and more spacious living is encouraging many tenants to decide not to renew their apartment…

  • 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.…

  • Rental Property Investing

    January 22, 2020

    Buying Rental Property in 2021? 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…

  • State of Property Management

    December 01, 2019

    The State of Property Management 2020 In 2019, the state of property management was healthy across the US, from California to Florida to New York. More properties, rising rents, and new technology is making property management the envy of the real estate industry. Technology, cultural, economic and political trends create property management trends which are not…

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