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One of the biggest stresses that comes with owning a rental property is when the tenant moves out. At this time, it’s your responsibility to check the property, order maintenance, and clean everything for the next tenant. Sometimes, this process is a breeze. Other times, you’re left with a lot of work on your hands….

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When giving an apartment walk-through with a prospective resident, it is important that you have all your bases covered. This will make it easier for you as you move toward signing a lease, and it will also encourage your resident to choose your place over others. In order to ensure the best walkthrough success, check…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year — unless you’re a property manager. Industries like retail, transportation, and food services thrive during these long winter months, but the property management industry isn’t so lucky. The dreaded “slow season” for apartment leasing often sends landlords scrambling to fill their vacancies. This is mostly because, well,…

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The most financially successful interior design professionals are often the most diversified. They have multiple streams of income. One lucrative “stream” available to real estate stagers is offering partial or complete interior design services. Problem is, too many stagers avoid that opportunity because they feel they lack the proper credentials. True, stagers who don’t have…

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You can clean the air with plants. And in an age when “healthy home” is what so many buyers are saying they crave, you may find this a cheaper alternative to improving the air quality in a home by just being smarter about the plants you choose to stage with. The Center for REALTOR(R) Technology…

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Student tenants are an important part of the renter community, especially in college towns and their surrounding areas. Due to the increase of people attending colleges and universities, landlords and property managers have been confronted with the opportunity to create property units that appeal to and attract students. According to Jennifer Maughan of RentPrep, “student tenants generally…

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According to the recently released 2017 National Multifamily Housing Council / Kingsley Renter Preferences Report, U.S. apartment renters now want more shorter-term leasing options combined with added online reviews to make more informed decisions. The NMHC report includes responses from more than 270,000 apartment renters across the U.S. to determine what apartment features and community amenities…

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One of the worst feelings as a landlord or property manager is watching a rental sit on the market week after week, month after month. Whether you are getting few to no leads or entirely unqualified leads, a property that remains vacant is costing you important profit. While it can feel like an unsolvable puzzle…

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It probably comes as no surprise to you that communication preferences vary considerably across generations. This is largely a result of what communication method each generation grew up with and got used to. Understanding these differences can offer insights into working better with cross-generational colleagues or clients. While there can be wide variation within generational…

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Laura Goodell and her fiance didn’t have a dog when they came to Baltimore a year ago for graduate school — yet. The Equitable Building’s rooftop dog run helped sell them on the apartments in a converted former office building. “It was my hope we’d adopt,” Goodell said. “This kind of amenity isn’t something every…

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