Firework Safety Tips for Single-Family Property Managers [Infographic]

Firework Safety

From cherry bombs to sparklers, bottle rockets to roman candles, Americans love their fireworks, especially when celebrating Independence Day. But the thrill of fireworks can also bring pain, causing serious burns and eye injuries. (more…)

Energy Rebates and Incentives for Single-Family Housing Pay Off


Finding energy rebates and incentives may be akin to herding cats. If corralling these little critters that hold the key to lower utility costs and energy conservation were so easy, you can bet that everybody would be tending to them. (more…)

The Burning Question: To Ban or Not to Ban E-Cigarettes in Single-Family Housing?

Electronic Cigarettes

To ban, or not to ban e-cigarettes: that is the question landlords, business owners and city governments are asking themselves as the latest public health debate is becoming more than a smolder. (more…)

Six Tips for Landscape Recovery after Storm Damage

Image of Damaged House from Tree Collapse Due to Storm

Cleaning up in the aftermath of a storm can be an ordeal for any property owner or tenant, and require much more time and effort than picking up a few branches and broken limbs. (more…)

Six Tips to Help your Landscape Survive Severe Storm Season


Studies in recent years suggest that North American weather is becoming more extreme and unpredictable. This year’s outbreak of tornados was relatively quiet until a fierce round of storms in mid-April. But two years earlier, twisters cropped up in record numbers and caused substantial damage in several states. (more…)

Deck Safety Month Means Time for Deck Checks

Deck Safety Month for Rental Housing

It’s been a long, cold, and crazy winter for the majority of the United States and we’re all ready to head outside to enjoy some decent weather for a change. If your properties have any sort of attached deck (elevated, especially), now is the time to have them inspected so everyone can gear up for a fun and safe summer. (more…)

2014 Home Building Trends Could Impact Single-Family Rental Market


The face of the home rental landscape could change in 2014 if trends identified by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) for home ownership take root in the single-family rental market. New homes are getting bigger and the scope of amenities is changing. (more…)

How Property Managers Can Tackle Crazy Ants—w/o Losing Their Sanity

Extreme close up of head of tawny crazy ant

Property owners and managers may want to enlist the help of a qualified pest control specialist and let tenants know about the new wave of ants that some say is coming in biblical plague-like proportions. (more…)

Property Owners: Recommendations for Winter-Proofing Homes from Pests

Image of mouse in kitchen eating bread

Just like we do, pests seek warmth and shelter when the temperatures turn cold. The winter months are some of the most active for household pests like rats and mice to invade homes. (more…)

7 Landscaping Tips to Prep Your Rental Housing for Spring

Image of wheelbarrow with pruned plants and branches in garden

With blizzards, cold fronts, and polar vortexes headlining the news, the last thing on the minds of property owners may be getting out that green thumb. But now is the time for the prudent landscaper to get some much needed spring preparation done for the landscape. Just bundle up. (more…)

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