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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…


RAPID MARKET ADOPTION The IoT (Internet of Things) smart home juggernaut sweeping across the U.S. is getting bigger and smarter. One of the most influential devices to impact the consumer IoT market is the smart speaker, which has an installed base of nearly 70 million in the U.S.—with 35 percent of those surveyed having multiple…


As of 2016, almost 37 percent of households in America were occupied by renters. That may entice would-be landlords to consider jumping into the market and buying property to rent, but making money from rental property can be challenging. Many landlords lose money, and although there are some other reasons why landlords may fail to turn a…


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…


Re: “State lawmakers eye eviction reform to tackle homelessness”: When a tenant does not pay the agreed-upon rent in a timely fashion, this is what I hear: “I don’t have the rent that I owe, nor any savings or anything resembling an emergency fund. I can’t borrow it from a friend, relative or lending institution. So…


Escaping a dangerous encounter isn’t something most people think about when they start investing in rental properties, but the truth is sometimes tenants who are in a desperate situation can react irrationally and you need to be prepared. Once you reach a point where you have to evict someone, chances are your relationship isn’t great….


If a tenant has frozen pipes and calls the landlord or property manager to come fix the issue, who is supposed to pay for the maintenance?  Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi answers questions like this and many more from landlords and property managers around the country about their rentals. Dear Landlord Hank: We…


Being a landlord is a great way to make money. You get to invest in real estate (which will hopefully appreciate in value), and you get to provide housing for the citizen of a city that you love. But being a landlord can be hard work. After all, you’ve got to manage multiple properties if you’re going…


With the real estate market booming all over the Middle Tennessee area, the idea of renting out your home (or purchasing a home with the idea of renting it out) can be tempting. If you’ve ever considered renting out your home, there’s some basic information to know in regards to how to insure your rental home. The…


Open houses can increase the likelihood that your home will sell but it can also increase the potential of theft. “With so many people touring your open house…the most prominent open house security issue during a house showing is thefts and robbery,” said reolink. “KABC reported that more than $150,000 worth of watches, jewelry, and electronics…

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