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Residents vs Owners: Target the Right Audience with Your Website Content

When you’re building your property management website, it’s important to remember that you’ll have a variety of visitor types coming…

Understanding Your Residents: How Do Their Needs Change in the Summer?

Like any relationship, understanding the needs of your residents starts with an open line of communication. If your residents don’t…

Four Reasons Renters Insurance Should Be Compulsory for Your Property

Most landlords, property managers and real estate professionals probably understand the value of landlord insurance. However, many communities still don’t…

Is Your Multifamily Community Pet-Friendly or Pet-A-Phobic?

When you consider there are approximately 83 million owned dogs and more than 95.5 million owned cats in the United…

Are You Losing Control of Your Property?

Let’s face the cold hard facts – even a dedicated, professional management team can get in a bind once in…

How Much Will the Average National Rent Get You? (Infographic)

The average national rent in the United States for an entry-level one-bedroom or studio apartment is $769. So how much square footage does that afford you?

Why Aren’t You Requiring Tenant Insurance?

Unfortunately, tenant caused accidents are bound to happen, but they no longer have to be the financial setback to tenants and owners they once were. There are smart and affordable options for mitigating this risk while providing peace of mind.

Zillow’s Secrets to Understanding Renters (Webinar Recap)

We recently held a great webinar presented by Skylar Olsen, Senior Economist at Zillow. She shared current renter trends and insights…

Why Today’s a Good Day to Set Aside Your Saleman Hat

Understanding the Multifamily Housing Market: What Differentiates Leasing From Other Sales Environments There was a time that sales managers were more…

Is Your Property “Too Dated” for the Current Market?

Staging a model apartment for maximum impact is about more than just throwing around a few couch cushions and dressing…