Posted on: March 06, 2012 by total
Research has shown that a person who resigns from your property management company is leaving for one of three possible reasons: a new career opportunity, an unsolicited job offer or for a grievance that has not been handled correctly. Whenever a person resigns from your property management company for voluntary reasons it’s normally a surprise and it can be expensive to replace a valuable team member. This article will outline three important steps for conducting exit interviews, a process which will reduce employee turnover and improve profitability at the same time.
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.
Posted on: February 07, 2012 by total
Posted by Teresa on January 9, 2012 under Eviction | The last thing most landlords and tenants want to face is an eviction . For landlords, it’s messy, time-consuming and can be costly. For tenants, eviction can hurt their chances of renting another home, and could even leave them homeless
Posted on: February 02, 2012 by total
The question that will come to mind as you read this is “who does that?”. The unfortunate answer is too many people. We are in an industry full of talented people. Mostly. If these mistakes are occurring with your assets it is probably time to look for new management, first to stop the damage and second to remedy the potential of on-going issues and the exposure they present. Suffice to say these are all
Posted on: January 26, 2012 by total
Some landlords approach a problem tenant with a sense of apprehension. It’s true that if the tenant must be evicted, the process can be stressful, and expensive. Unfortunately, any landlord who is in the rental business for the long term may need to file an eviction at some point. The best approach is to accept […]
Posted on: January 20, 2012 by total
There are essentially three ways that a tenant can cost landlords money: 1. They don’t pay their rent, 2. They cause damage to the rental property, and 3.
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.