Are your rental strategies attracting and retaining tenants, or driving them away?
Learn how to attract new tenants and improve tenant retention by implementing these three savvy rental property management strategies: (more…)
Experienced property manager and Propertyware user James Wagley steps in promising to “make the products and services already in place better before we add anything new.” (more…)
The new year is an ideal time to examine your business, celebrate achievements and determine key areas to tackle in the year ahead. A great place to start is by reflecting on your rental property management business practices over the past year.
Here are four questions to ask yourself about 2016 as you establish goals for the new year. (more…)
It’s a new year, with new leaks to fix and new tenants to screen. How can you take your rental property management business to the next level? (more…)
Your rental portfolio is growing, and managing resident requests is getting more difficult. Maintenance at some of your properties needs extra attention, and renewals are just around the corner. There just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day for you. Just keeping up is leaving opportunities on the table.
It may be time to enlist the help of a property management company to handle the details.
When Benton Cotter of Arizona-based RentVest discusses technology, you can hear the excitement in his voice. “The experience of our prospects, tenants and owners has been completely transformed by technology,” he says. “Everything has gotten faster, easier and less frustrating, and it has happened very quickly.” (more…)
“About a third of workers say they don’t have the education and training they need to get ahead, and many are trying to do something about it.” Property Management Insider.
How can you ensure that your property management company can handle growth and change?
Simple: property manager training is key.
Since extreme winter temperatures and winds can take a major toll on buildings in cold weather regions, it is important that property managers take the necessary steps to winterize rental properties before the first snowfall of the season. Doing this will ensure that you will have to spend less time and money on plumbing, roofing, and other repairs come spring.
If you need a little help getting started, have a look at our list of the top things to do to get your rental properties ready for winter. (more…)
As a property manager, you balance a myriad of day to day tasks, from communicating with tenants and owners to managing important documents. To keep up with it all, you need to spend your time as effectively as possible and minimize tedious, time consuming activities. But is your technology inhibiting you from doing so?
Here are the top three dangers of managing your business without a cloud-based system.