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HUD recently came out with a new notice on assistance animals. The topic of emotional support animals and assist animals have many questions surrounding it. Be sure to check out the clip from our YouTube channel episode and review some of the key points of the transcript below in our post. What is the difference between…


Nearly one-third of U.S. renters struggle to pay rent in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, yet they also face the prospect of being defrauded when searching for a new rental home. Fraud in the rental-housing market continues to take a toll on everyone. Tech advancements have made it increasingly difficult for law enforcement to…


Cash for keys may soon be on the rise. It’s an idea that might appeal to many landlords who want to incentivize tenants to leave their rentals and avoid a drawn out eviction process. Cash for keys, in concept, is a simple, straightforward process, legal in all 50 states. It’s exactly what it sounds like:…


To recast? Or not to recast? That is the question we will be answering today. In short, most tubs deserve a second life – even if a tenant hasn’t been the best at taking care of it. Recasting your tub will renew the life of the original tub and is so much less expensive than…


One of the biggest challenges for multi-tenant apartments is managing who is actually living there and who may just be using the facilities.  You want the facility to be secure but convenient to access for authorized tenants. The challenge is restricting access to anyone who isn’t authorized.  This may include someone who may not be…


By Dean Richmond, Senior Director of Marketing at Nextivity, Inc. We love our cellphones so much that research finds that the average American spends more than five hours a day using them. Power-user millennials trend higher, averaging almost six hours a day on their cellphones. Millennials are so attached to their cellphones that a recent…


Earthquakes are a constant threat in California. “The Big One” can hit anytime, and bring severe damage to vulnerable apartment buildings, along with death and injuries. Apartment buildings with a “soft-story” are particularly at-risk of earthquake damage. Soft-story buildings usually have a large, open ground floor space like a parking area, with one or more…


Investor interest in Tucson’s upper-end apartment complexes has been high for several years and, while there was some breath-holding at the start of the pandemic, millions of dollars worth of transactions have transpired in the past few months. Investors are focused on the high-wage jobs the city has gained in recent years, the low rate…


I Thought You Had A Two Bedroom? Telephone fair housing training is a key component for the compliance department in multifamily. Apartment rental offices receive many telephone calls each day. Questions such as: Are there available apartments? What is your screening criteria? and many others may be asked on any given day. How an employee…


Incorporating multifamily properties as part of a development that may also include retail, hotel or other components is nothing new. But the strategy is getting a fresh look from retail owners as malls aim to stay competitive in the face of new challenges brought on by COVID-19.  “COVID-19 is accelerating the trends that have been…

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