Property management

  1. rent concessions

    Rent Concessions? What are Those?

    What’s the one thing that’s decreasing in this healthy rental market? The use of rent concessions.

  2. illegal short term rental

    Huntbnb Identifies If Your Unit Is a Vacation Rental

    Find out if your address is listed on Airbnb with online tool Huntbnb.

  3. rental maintenance delays

    Working Through Maintenance Delays With Residents

    The key to placating frustrated residents as you schedule repairs is delivering great customer service.

  4. resident retention

    5 Budget-Friendly Resident Renewal Incentives

    Here are some renewal incentive ideas you can try to stay within your budget and make your tenants happy.

  5. apartment first impression

    Creating a Positive First Impression at an Apartment Showing

    As an apartment marketer you’re not only marketing a place to live, but also a lifestyle. Here are some tips to maintain a professional, welcoming apartment community that will speak volumes to renters.

  6. Zillow rentals webinar

    Free Webinar: Making the Most of an Evolving Rental Market

    Our June 26 webinar will share the rental market outlook as well as strategies property managers can use to promote their properties in different market conditions.

  7. rental property updates

    Planning Smart Rental Property Upgrades

    Here are some tips to help you figure out how to plan a rental property rehab that will pay off.

  8. tenant abandonment

    What to Do When a Tenant Abandons a Rental Property

    Before you clean out the unit and list it for rent, follow the correct legal procedure for dealing with a tenant who has abandoned a property.

  9. maintenance free rental property

    5 Landlord-Friendly Retrofits for your Rental Property

    Cut down on the amount of work needed to maintain your rental, especially if you’re a do-it-yourself landlord, with these tips.

  10. Property management inner city

    Why Property Managers Should Be Neighborhood Advocates

    Inner-city rentals, where the majority of the neighborhood is composed of low-income renters, can be lucrative if you work to strengthen the community.