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  1. evolving rental market webinar

    Webinar Recap: How to Thrive in Today’s Evolving Rental Market

    Watch our webinar to learn about rental market trends across the nation and how you can optimize listings for better performance.

  2. healthy housing metros

    Apartment Trends: Metros for Healthy Housing

    Looking at 45 major metropolitan areas in the US, the NCHH measured how healthy a city’s housing was by looking at 20 housing conditions commonly linked with health problems. How does your city rank?

  3. Reports to run property managers

    Reports Property Managers Should Run

    To stay on top of the finances brought in by your rental properties, it’s a good idea to run regular reports to make sure you’re not in the red. If you’re working with an accountant, he or she will give you a good idea of what types of reports to run. The frequency of running reports depends on what your current portfolio looks like, but a good rule of thumb is to run reports every month as well as the end of the year.

  4. Carbon Monoxide Prevention

    Protecting Your Residents from Carbon Monoxide

    As a property manager or landlord, you’re responsible for the safety of your residents. You need to make sure that all your appliances are working correctly, and that your residents are safe against the dangers of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide, when not detected, can kill a person in a matter of minutes.

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    Webinar Archive: The 5 Money-Saving Secrets of Property Managers

    Did you miss our webinar? Don’t worry. “The 5 Money-Saving Secrets of Property Managers is now available to view online.

  6. Dealing with Problem Tenants

    A Stress-Free Guide to Dealing with Problem Tenants

    Difficult tenants can be a huge pain. Whether your tenant is late on rent, throwing wild parties, or involved with illegal activities, it’s crucial that you know the best practices on how to deal with the situation. In this guide, we’ll tell you what steps you should take when you find yourself dealing with a problem tenant.

  7. Trusted property manager

    How to Become a Trusted Property Manager

    We’ve discussed honesty and trust many times in the past. However, having renters trust you as a property manager is crucial. It could be the difference of whether you earn their business or not.

  8. Aleah Hardiman works as the Office Manager at Facet Real Estate Investments LLC. She is also a Zillow Rental Network member.

    The Rental Industry Scoop: Customer Service Strategy from Salem’s Aleah Hardiman

    Aleah Hardiman, like many other rental pros, found that property management was contagious profession. Watching her fiancé renovate and sell houses since he was 18 years old, doing three properties by himself, really piqued her interest in real estate. By the last two properties, the couple started keeping the projects to manage as rentals, starting Hardiman on a whole other career path she came to really enjoy.

  9. Benefits of a community laundry room

    Benefits of a Community Laundry Room

    Every renter needs to do laundry. In some metropolitan cities where apartments are small, there may not always be room to fit an in-unit washer and dryer. That’s why renters are starting to prioritize residences that offer community washers and dryers. There are various benefits of offering a community laundry room in your residence. Consider the benefits of offering one.

  10. Recuiting for your property management company

    Recruiting Employees in Property Management

    Learn where you should go to recruit employees for your property management business.