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Being successful landlords and property managers in today’s environment involves some key strategies, including your eviction process, that veteran landlord David Pickron sets out. By David Pickron I have always had a lead foot.  It is hard to admit, but with my hard-charging personality, I just want to get where I am going… fast. As…


WASHINGTON — The White House’s move to ban evictions across the country during the coronavirus crisis is having an unintended side effect: It’s threatening the livelihood of millions of landlords. The sweeping order effectively requires landlords to subsidize distressed tenants’ housing through the end of the year or face criminal penalties and hefty fines. That’s a…


For months, Elizabeth Elohim was living in a shelter with her daughter as she struggled to secure a permanent apartment with a Section 8 housing voucher. Getting the federally funded voucher alone took long enough, in part because she only became eligible once she lived in a shelter. She “hit the ground running” to find…


Millions of American renters continue to struggle with their housing payments, as expanded unemployment benefits from the government came to an end. However, according to a report by Apartment List, 68% of renters were able to make an on-time rent payment at the start of September, which is a slight improvement from the month before….


The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to an economic downturn and millions of jobs losses over the last six months. While some real estate sectors took hard hits, like retail and hospitality, multifamily has proved to be resilient. But as the health crisis winds on and government relief measures stall in Congress, some pockets of…


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…


The points in time between when a potential resident first reaches out to your community to when they sign a lease are never linear. Every single one of your lessees had different desires or fears in their search for a new apartment home, and were also making a decision on their own timeline, not yours….


Both renters and landlords have been hit hard by COVID-19, but where do one group’s rights end and the other’s begin? It’s a question the BYU community has been asking since Winter Semester 2020 when students petitioned to be released from their contracts after moving home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There is renewed interest in the…


The rental housing industry’s biggest event for landlords is coming up October 14-15 and we’d like to get you acquainted with our exhibitors who will have a virtual booth at the event! We’ve handpicked vendors that we truly think will help you transform your rental business. Every week we’ll be announcing our latest exhibitors and…


Written by Sarah Boudreau from Refinished Bath Solutions Modern refinish applications have been a staple to the upkeep and maintenance of apartments, condos, and homes for decades. Used on all types of surfaces, walls, bathtubs, countertops, and floors, it has become a faster and more cost-effective way to brighten up property than expensive replacement. However,…

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