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The student property management industry, like many others, is becoming very connected. As one might expect, putting heads in beds largely comes down to finding where students are online. For student housing operators, increasing resident retention and creating a sense of community now extends from the pool and club room to online venues. Frequenting social…


  Click the audio player above to hear the full story. Average rents on single-family homes rose by about 3 percent nationally in 2018, according to a report out Tuesday from CoreLogic, up from 2.7 percent in 2017. As it happens, that’s about how much average wages grew during that same period before you factor in inflation….


Apartment websites are best understood as an extremely effective marketing tool that allows potential residents to learn about your community before contacting your leasing staff—providing your staff with higher quality leads. But if your community website is going to become that kind of leasing tool, you need to design an effective website that helps prospects qualify themselves…


An increasing number of Americans are making an effort to be more environmentally cautious, especially in the wake of natural disasters that have ravished local communities across the country. This is especially so for De Young Properties, an environmentally friendly home building company that specializes in the creation of net-zero energy homes. The company has built more than 140…


Months of political gamesmanship over the federal government’s budget came to an end Friday when President Trump signed a bipartisan compromise that will keep the government open through the rest of the year. The issue at the core of the impasse—a barrier wall along the southern border—has yet to be resolved as Trump declares a national emergency…


Move-ins and move-outs can be tricky. If mishandled by a property manager, they can lead to upset tenants or far worse. Disputes over damages take a toll on both sides, and a late refund of deposit money could land you in legal trouble. Whether you’re managing single-family homes or urban high-rises, it’s your responsibility to…


Most people wouldn’t think of “getting to mow the lawn” as a perk. But back in my renter days, I actually saw lawn care as something special. So when I moved into a three-story walk-up managed by someone who actually allowed me to do a little landscaping, I was thrilled. Ms. Wong was a bit…


This could be a great time to be a landlord. The real-estate market still only has enough supply for half the population. We’re still seeing high divorce rates, so people need more places to live. And households are still being created faster than the housing supply. All that combined means higher rents and that trend…


Real estate investment is an ever-evolving business which turns a huge chunk of profits if utilized efficiently. If you have been looking after your property portfolio by yourself, there are greater chances you are finding it difficult to screen the legal issues. If so, hiring a property management company is certainly the best choice to…


Millions of senior citizens are staying in their homes longer than their predecessors in earlier generations, keeping homes off the market and making it more difficult for younger Americans to break into ownership. According to an analysis from economists at Freddie Mac, 1.1 million homes have been “held off the market” by owners born between…

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