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by Doug Miller, SatisFacts What residents want and don’t want is often the answer to why they renew their lease or choose to move. It seems so simple, yet resident turnover rates can often be a challenge. So what is the magic ingredient? The answer could surprise you.


Even in the best of rental markets, it is often cheaper to retain a good tenant than to fill a vacancy. In a poor market, retaining your tenants is the only way to avoid losses. One of the best lessons in property management is taking the time to calculate your average costs for replacing a…


 Inman News Question: For several years, I’ve rented a home to an elderly woman in an area that is popular with active senior citizens. An ideal tenant, she was always early or on time with her rent payment. But three months ago, her payments didn’t arrive on the due date. When I contacted her, she…


by Ilana Nevins Helping the environment isn’t all dried up. With low-flow faucets, your tenants not only use less water, but they save more money. Although it may seem that the greater the pressure, the less water used, it’s not always the truth. However, new low-flow faucet technology compensates for the pressure and provides equal…


by Robert Bruss Inman News A few days ago I was chatting with my longtime insurance agent. Among other things he mentioned some good news and some bad news about my homeowners insurance policy.


WE HAVE A WINNER! Although Brad suspected that his pesty stalker was Tobey Maguire, it seems that Spiderman had an alibi ” he was closing on his Brentwood building site at the time of Brads disappearance. No, in this case it was not a jealous rival Brad had to fear. Turns out his costar did…


Sometimes it’s hard to stand out, and not follow the crowd. That’s never more true than with writing ad copy. Somehow all rental ads morph into one another in an alphabetized symphony of sameness. To make matters worse, it’s also hard to overcome the temptation to use the same rental ad again and again. That’s…


by Janet Portman Inman News Q: I manage a single-family home for an out-of-state owner. A branch from a tree on the front lawn fell on the tenant’s car, which was properly parked in the driveway. The owner’s insurance carrier refused to pay for the damage to the tenant’s car, claiming no damage was done…


by Brian Pike, General Manager Rocky Mountain Pavement (as appeared in Colorado Real Estate Journal) Many old adages, like “comparing apples to apples” or “you get what you pay for” certainly are applicable when considering asphalt installation or repair projects. As you begin to solicit proposals for your work, how can you make sure you…


by Brian Pike, General Manager, Rocky Mountain Pavement Maintenance, Inc. (as appeared in Colorado Real Estate Journal) After one of Denver’s most severe winters in years, potholes are everywhere.  The abundance of snow, which covered the Denver metro area from mid-December through February, has created a perfect scenario for the development of potholes. Moisture, from…

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