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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that Congress passed in March contained several different initiatives designed to help Americans cope with the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes several programs which may provide financial help for landlords whose tenants can’t pay rent as a result of job loss. We’ve provided answers…


The apartment sector mobilized quickly when COVID-19 arrived in the U.S. Now that the curve has been flattened—even in hardest hit New York City—the industry is preparing for a return to post quarantine life. MHN spoke to several multifamily owners and operators to find out how their teams are preparing for, and adjusting to, the changes that…


As an apartment building owner, you’re doing everything possible to prevent fires in your building. To help create a sound strategy for prevention, it’s important to know the most common causes of kitchen fires. Each year, fire departments in the U.S. respond to an average of 354,400 home fires. What’s interesting to note is that…


AAOA’s webinar, “Protecting Your Rental Income in a Pandemic”, led by Alexandra Alvarado, Director of Education, was a attended by 667 landlords! Needless to say the Q&A portion was filled with great questions we couldn’t get to in time. However, we’ve provided all the answers to your questions plus resources mentioned during the webinar below….


COVID-19 has had an impact on virtually every area of life for most people. Major cities have gone into lockdown, businesses have closed, and the economy is currently being stressed in unprecedented ways. The rental real estate industry will certainly face challenges and obstacles as well. One of the potential impacts on the real estate…


Now is the time to prepare for when non-essential businesses will be allowed to re-open after the various state and local COVID-19 shutdown orders are lifted. We do not know when that date will be or how the orders will be lifted, but planning now can make that phase go smoother for building owners and…


As a job that thrives on human interaction and connectedness, being a property manager mid-pandemic is not easy. Nobody had to deal with this type of problem until now and despite all uncertainties, life and work must go on. Property managers have to work efficiently in times of quarantine and social distancing, but how can…


If you’ve been a property manager for long, you know that maintenance can easily be one of the biggest stressors of the business. Working through the impacts of Coronavirus may trump that right now, but there are many ways to turn both of these stressors into an opportunity. Property management companies are beginning to utilize…


Building a career as a property manager is an admirable profession. Property management companies around the globe are constantly in need of experienced, talented property managers. You can earn a substantial living as a property manager or even start your own property management company! But one of the best things you can do for your…


Owning residential properties and renting them to tenants is a business. However, many landlords are currently struggling. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, many states have suspended evictions and tenants are having a hard time paying rent because of layoffs and reduced hours. However, many landlords have mortgages to pay on those properties. So covering expenses and…

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