Why 2020 is the Year for Online Rent Payments

Why 2020 is the Year for Online Rent Payments

Let’s face it. It’s 2020 and choosing to not offer online rent payments to your residents is no longer an option. Now that you’re looking to collect rent online, the question is which payment service should you choose? Here are three key factors to lead you to stress-free rent collections. Let’s face it. It’s 2020

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Does Unemployment Count as Income in Rental Housing?

The multifamily housing industry often feels the ripples of economic change in a direct way. Move outs, unpaid rent, late notices, subletters or roommates, and even evictions can have unintended consequences to long-term unemployment. With most businesses shuttered, many renters are facing financial insecurity due to the coronavirus pandemic. As of this writing, over 36

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Weekly Credit Reports Now Free for a Year

We all know how important credit reports are (and if you don’t – the answer is very). Whether you’re buying a car, a house, applying for a loan, or trying to rent, credit reports are currently the most objective way to determine if someone is money savvy or a financial gamble. In great news, Experian,

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The Best Leasing Investment You Can Make

With more multifamily housing professionals working from home, ensuring all your leasing processes are digitized is more important than ever. Integrating your resident screening with your property management software allows your team to access quality background reports easily while working remotely. While using a pre-set screening solution provided by your software service might be convenient,

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What We Think the Next Protected Class will Be

Criminal records for rental decisions have become increasingly restricted over the past few years, and those efforts could be accelerated. As many local and state prisons and jails have released prisoners early during the coronavirus pandemic, there are concerns post-COVID that those previously incarcerated could become a protected class. As a protected class, resident screening

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