How To Reduce The Overall Cost Of Evictions In: Property Management
By: David Haldi, President of CredHub In previous articles we’ve talked about how reporting rental history to the credit bureaus can help reduce delinquency rates to 3% or less. We’ve also talked about ways to leverage rental payment reporting as a marketing tool to attract high-quality residents. In this article, we’re going to talk about the cost of evictions and how to reduce losses due to evictions over time. According to evictionlab.org, there are over two million eviction filings and close to a million evictions in the U.S per year. Their “findings suggest that there is an ongoing epidemic of eviction and displacement in the renting...Read more >
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