Posted on: March 03, 2012 by total
According to a recent survey by Matrix Information, two billion people around the globe have access to Internet-based services and E-mail. In addition, this report expects electronic commerce to grow from $1.6 trillion in 2011 to $3.2 trillion by the year 2015. Is your property management company ready for these exploding communication and marketing trends?
Posted on: February 02, 2012 by total
Saving money on the energy bill isn’t just about making expensive long-term changes like installing solar panels and storm doors. Apartment leases don’t allow such changes and most of us just aren’t ready for that kind of commitment. These simple behavioral changes are painless and cheap—just the reason we choose to live in apartments in the first place. Climate Tips Cold weather: Make a draft snake . Fill an old necktie or long sock with kitty litter or sand, fold the opening closed twice, and sew it shut. Press it up against drafty doors and windows to save between 5% and 30% on your heating bill. Alternatively, roll an old bath towel under a drafty door.
Posted on: January 28, 2012 by total
Eviction may seem like an easy way to get out of a troubling predicament concerning your rent, but it is not a cheap solution to your problems in many cases.
Posted on: January 20, 2012 by total
January 19th, 2012 High apartment occupancy rates and other signs indicate the nation is moving toward a future different from the one previously expected, according to The Fiscal Times. That future will be one in which more Americans prefer to rent their homes rather than own them, if current trends continue. The homeownership rate has dropped from 69 percent in 2006 to 62 percent, according to a report from the New York Federal Reserve
Posted on: April 02, 2011 by total
What is Double-Entry Bookkeeping? Alright, Double-Entry Bookkeeping is the standard that everyone in the world uses for accounting. It dates back to around 1300ad, which is pointless information that I’m just putting in here for no reason.