Tag: security

Multifamily and Crime

Posted on: February 16, 2012 by total

There is no way to avoid it. If you are in any way involved with income property management then sometime during your career path you and the assets under your management will be impacted by crime. Sometimes, violent crime. I am not exactly sure why crime is such a big seller on television. There are more Cops and Robber shows than ever. Perhaps it is because even a single act of crime impacts so many lives. When crime comes to your doorstep it is usually unexpected and seldom perpetrated by in-place residents. People forget that criminals have cars too. They are mobile

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Setting Pet Fees

Posted on: February 15, 2012 by total

January 30th, 2012 Landlords and property management companies may find it difficult to figure out how to set appropriate pet fees for renters bringing an animal to live with them. Type of animalThe amount you want to charge may depend on the pet.

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The risks and rewards of Pets in Rental Property

Posted on: January 21, 2012 by total

Pets have the potential of being quite destructive – soiling carpets, chewing various surfaces, scratching doors or walls, and digging. While this risk is definitely present, allowing pets also presents a new revenue stream that can make a big difference in your rental cash-flow.

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