Property Management Tips

Why Some Properties are No Longer Taking Walk-Ins

In the multifamily world, accepting walk-in rental showings is typically considered a big component of good customer service and community branding… but that is slowly fading. Many multifamily properties have started ditching walk-ins in favor of requiring scheduled showings to maximize their leasing agent’s time and minimize the chances they’ll receive not-so-serious viewers. Whether or

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Fair Housing Law: What You Need to Know

If you’re working in the rental housing industry, there’s no doubt that you’ve heard of the Fair Housing Act (FHA). While you may think that it’s just a piece of legislation that prevents bias of the seven protected classes (race, color, religion, disability, sex, familial class, and national origin), there’s much more to it than

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Apartment Bidding Websites: Why Multifamily Owners Should Stay Far, Far Away

While the city of Seattle banned them in April, apartment bidding websites like Rentberry and Biddwell are insistent to stay. The service provides rental property owners in major metros across the U.S. the chance to make higher monthly revenue, but comes at a cost. This is why the multifamily industry should stay far, far away from these apartment bidding websites.

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Your Favorite TV Show Property Managers Can Help You Manage Rental Properties

In the era of ‘Netflix and Chill’ and the binge watch, it’s safe to say that most people are enjoying their television. With so much content out there you don’t have to go far to find representation, and property managers are no exception. While television property managers may be a little quirky, there are some good lessons that can be learned from them.

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Rental Housing Tips to Attract College Students for the Fall Semester

Although we all wish that summer would last a little longer, the season is steadily coming to a close. School supplies are starting to fill the aisles of every store, and the inevitable return to the normalcy of the academic year is looming. For property managers, this presents an opportunity to market to a specific kind of renter, and possibly fill some vacant properties you may have sitting. College students are taking this time to finalize their living arrangements, and your property could be just what they’re looking for. Take advantage of this new pool of renters by tailoring your marketing strategy to attract students.

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