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To recast? Or not to recast? That is the question we will be answering today. In short, most tubs deserve a second life – even if a tenant hasn’t been the best at taking care of it. Recasting your tub will renew the life of the original tub and is so much less expensive than…


One of the biggest challenges for multi-tenant apartments is managing who is actually living there and who may just be using the facilities.  You want the facility to be secure but convenient to access for authorized tenants. The challenge is restricting access to anyone who isn’t authorized.  This may include someone who may not be…


By Dean Richmond, Senior Director of Marketing at Nextivity, Inc. We love our cellphones so much that research finds that the average American spends more than five hours a day using them. Power-user millennials trend higher, averaging almost six hours a day on their cellphones. Millennials are so attached to their cellphones that a recent…


Earthquakes are a constant threat in California. “The Big One” can hit anytime, and bring severe damage to vulnerable apartment buildings, along with death and injuries. Apartment buildings with a “soft-story” are particularly at-risk of earthquake damage. Soft-story buildings usually have a large, open ground floor space like a parking area, with one or more…


By Sarah Boudreau from Refinished Bath Solutions Last week we shared, “How not to die when refinishing.” If you need a stronger case for alternative resurfacing techniques, let’s make it now. It all begins within the definition. Refinishing implies, to spray or paint a new finish to a surface or object. In other words, it…


By David Crown, C.E.O. of Los Angeles Property Management Group It might seem like ownership of property can only happen through careful planning, but as a property manager in Los Angeles, I talk to folks all the time who’ve become landlords without meaning to. Maybe a relative has passed away and left them a property…


By Dean Richmond, Senior Director of Marketing at Nextivity, Inc. Before shelter-in-place orders were given around the COVID-19 pandemic, tenants might have tolerated spotty indoor cellular service. But now, the stakes have been raised and unreliable cellular reception can be a deal breaker for many tenants, particularly those with leases coming up for renewal. After…


Tenant issues around occupants, sublessors and squatters have increased during the pandemic. Bradley S. Kraus Attorney at Law, Warren Allen, LLP One of the most common issues I have encountered in my time as a landlords’ attorney is dealing with unauthorized individuals living in my clients’ properties. These issues have only increased with COVID-19. If you…


Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, home was a place to relax and spend time with family outside of work, whereas now, home is also a restaurant, gym and home office. As a result, New York City multifamily developers and designers need to change their approach and rethink the way they did things before, in order…


Collecting rent on time is a vital aspect of being a landlord. After all, rent payments are the principal source of your income. If your tenants don’t pay—for whatever reason—you’re left worrying about making mortgage payments and paying your bills. For landlords who manage a few rental units, one missed rent payment can cause significant…

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