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Is Specialized Housing For You? by Michael Monteiro Particularly if you own a property in an urban area or near a university or center of business, many specialized tenant markets are just waiting to be captured. Specialized property management may be just the solution youve been looking for to decrease vacancies and guarantee steady rental…


Put Your Rental Listing in the Palm of Their Hands Apartment listing website MyNewPlace just announced that it has launched MyNewPlace for Mobile, a version of its website for mobile devices, allowing renters to search and review apartments and rental homes wherever they have a wireless connection. Users no longer have to be in front…


Employer Willing to Buy Out Tenants Lease by Robert Griswold, Inman News Q: I have a tenant who recently signed a two-year lease for my rental home. She just contacted me indicating that she has been approached by her employer about transferring to another city for a promotion with the company. She wanted me to…


Update Your Move-out Checklist Maybe it’s the high carbs, the beers used as bribes, or sheer exhaustion, but move-out time for tenants breeds temporary insanity. It’s a time when the quest for friends with strong arms or a pickup truck makes strange bedfellows. Things get left behind, other tenants get annoyed, and the landlord may…


by Matt DiChiara, My New Place When renting an apartment, one usually feels as though they are free to do as they wish, as long as it is within the bounds of reason, legality and the terms of their rental agreement. Whether renting an apartment or owning a house, everyone wants to feel like the…


by Matt DiChiara, MyNewPlace.com In 2008, there will be, at the absolute minimum, almost 26 million people looking for an apartment online. We have tabulated this figure from the fact that there are 37 million rental apartments and houses in the United States, according the U.S Census Bureau. An overwhelming 88% will seek another rental…


by Matt DiChiara, MyNewPlace We noticed that a certain rental property, Arbors at Branch Creek had aroused some marked interest in the past few days; organic traffic to those apartments for rent has skyrocketed in the past few days. We wondered what was at the heart of all this commotion.Apparently, Arbors at Branch Creek’ is…


(Excerpted from Multifamily Marketing in the Internet Age, by John Helm) The Internet has become the most trusted and effective method for renters to find information on rental properties. With nearly 70% of U.S. households using the internet and leading managers reporting over 50% of their lead and lease activity coming from online sources, it…


When listing a property on an Internet Listing Service, there are several ways to maximize the attractiveness of the listing. Customer research (from the Compete study as well as internal MyNewSite data and user surveys), indicates that the following items are the most important to a renter: Photos Properties that display photos are viewed three…


Understanding How Your Prospective Tenants Find You is the Key to Attracting Good Tenants Often, tenants choose their target neighborhoods first. Then, they scour the area by foot, bike or car, looking for rental signs. The appearance of the property from the street creates a make-or-break first impression. Prospective tenants are sensitive to signs of neglect, and if there…

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