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Hurricane Dorian’s ferocious post-Labor Day attack on the Bahamas followed by its slow churn up the East Coast is the most recent reminder of the havoc extreme weather events can wreak on people’s lives and property. And with weather scientists warning that the worst of this year’s hurricane season might not be behind us, apartment…


Becoming a landlord is a lot like being pregnant: When you make your announcement, everyone wants to tell you their horror stories. There was the aunt who had not one, but two tenants die unexpectedly during her first year as a landlord. Or, my personal nightmare, the neighbor whose tenants let their pet snakes roam…


Before you advertise your next apartment vacancy, here are three ways to maximize rents that many property managers and investors in multifamily properties are looking to do. No. 1 – Do the little things to maximize rents Tenants don’t want to show up to a property where the landscaping is overrun, paint is peeling, or…


According to the National Center for Housing Management, over half of U.S. apartments turn over every year – at substantial cost to landlords. Turnover can be one of the largest operating expenses, due to lost rent and unit preparation steps like cleaning, repairs and advertising. Reducing turnover should be a top priority for landlords. Vetting great tenants and…


WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — There’s a big question many of you living in South Florida are trying to answer: if you’re a renter, who is responsible for putting up hurricane shutters? Lumber is in high demand as homeowners, property managers, and renters prepare for the worst case scenario. “Cat 4, that’s really a monster,…


Hurricane season is June 1 through November 30, so you know what that means: time to batten down the hatches and prepare yourself – and your tenants – to weather the storm. While the Insurance Information Institute’s 2019 hurricane season outlook is relatively mild in comparison to 2017, it’s still a good idea to remind your tenants…


Many landlords wish they could communicate better with challenging tenants who pose a number of problems for management. As a landlord, you may occasionally encounter tenants who bring a range of issues with them, like missing rent payments or keeping pets when the terms of their lease don’t allow it. You don’t have to dread…


AAOA Board Member, Jeff Cronrod, appeared on the Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing podcast with Jason Hartman to talk about how LeaseGuarantee can provide valuable benefits for both landlords and tenants. Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing is a podcast about investing in single-family income property and features interviews with hundreds of real estate and business…


Click the links below to download the free webinar handouts: How To Reduce Rental Water And Energy Use AAOA Evolve Product Guide Evolve Product Specs-ADTS Combo ADTS MultiFamily flyer Achieving Green Loan Savings Targets.pdf


By John Triplett State laws vary on the issue of what landlords can mandate regarding saying, “no guns in my apartments,” and on gun possession in general by tenants in privately owned rental properties. Landlords and property managers need to be aware of whether their state and/or local governments have specific laws, Dobbins said in…

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