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The changing role of the property manager today requires more and more knowledge of ever-changing local city ordinances, state laws and federal rules. By John Triplett When Enrique Jevons started as a property manager years ago, he often acted as both a property manager and a handyman. But the changing role of the property manager…


Realtor forms, a security deposit receipt, maybe an addendum or two — yes, renters in Boston are already familiar with the paperwork that comes with signing a new lease. But if city councilors follow through on a new proposal, there could be another piece in that stack that comes before move-in day: voter registration information. On…


The clock is ticking for Windows 7. In less than a year, Microsoft will stop supporting and providing security updates for one of its most popular operating systems, affecting millions of PCs in businesses and homes across the globe. The discontinuation on Jan. 14, 2020 will mark the first Windows software to go back up…


When it comes to Opportunity Zones, investors are excited about the potential for tremendous tax savings, but many are not buying in just yet. What’s the problem? Lingering questions about how, exactly, Opportunity Zones work have left investors feeling gun shy. The Department of the Treasury is tasked with issuing the regulation that guides Opportunity Zones, and it’s…


A recent report revealed that modern marketers struggle to leverage all of a business’ accessible data into their respective marketing campaigns. If you’ve been in the trenches of big data yourself, it’s not hard to see why. Although big data has been the buzzword in our industry for years now, the oversaturation of it intimidates…


Facebook’s targeted advertising platform violates the Fair Housing Act by “encouraging, enabling, and causing” unlawful discrimination by restricting who can view housing ads, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) charged in a release. “Facebook is discriminating against people based upon who they are and where they live,” HUD Secretary Ben Carson said in…


A new national report commissioned by Enterprise Community Partners Inc. as part of its Health Begins with Home initiative found that more than half of renters surveyed delayed health care because they couldn’t afford it. The survey revealed renters who are paying a high percentage of their income for housing—particularly those paying more than 50 percent of…


There comes a time in every real estate investor’s life when he has to decide whether to operate his rental business by himself or turn the day-to-day workings over to a professional property manager. If you decide you need help, the next question is: How do you choose a property manager? Yes, they can be…


Last fall, tenants at the Atlantic Plaza Towers, a rent-stabilized apartment complex in Brooklyn, received an alarming letter in the mail. Their landlord was planning to do away with the key-fob system that allowed them entry into their buildings on the theory that lost fobs could wind up in the wrong hands and were now also…


As Philadelphia continues to outpace other major cities in job and wage growth, multifamily demand has increased. Apartment construction activity has already broken records set just last year. With more people moving to Philly, the skyline has grown accordingly, as developers refurbish gothic office towers into luxury apartments and build new glass high-rises on the same street….

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