Hello everybody. Most everyone hopes that 2015 will bring about world peace, a strong economy, more jobs and other important things like that.
Three Important Steps for Conducting Property Management Exit Interviews © – by Ernest F. Oriente, The Coach
Research has shown that a person who resigns from your property management company is leaving for one of three possible reasons: a new career opportunity, an unsolicited job offer or for a grievance that has not been handled correctly. Whenever a person resigns from your property management company for voluntary reasons it’s normally a
While walking down the street one day a corrupt Senator (that may be redundant) was tragically hit by a car and died. His soul arrives in heaven and is met by St. Peter at the entrance.
Happy New Year everyone! As a reminder of your benefits, listed below are of some of the newer services from last year to help support you in making your business of providing housing for others more profitable, easier and more enjoyable.
The goal of any investment property is to produce income. The income derived from residential real estate is primarily from the tenant’s rent. Knowing this, seasoned investors will quickly admit the financial stability of the renters play a major part in the economic success of income property.
“The biggest mistake many investors make is to ignore the numbers generated by their properties.”
Create winning ads that will make the phone ring! If you’re planning to use the Internet to search for renters, use the following checklist to ensure you have created an advertisement that will entice renters to call you.
Look Who is Living Like the One Percent – By Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Self-styled “progressives” smugly promote a cartoonish image of upper income individuals as those who enjoy limousines, expensive wine, travel and lavish parties. If one listens long enough to their story, one may begin to imagine that all rich people
Eventually, it happens. You run into your first bad tenant which leads to a tenant eviction. Unfortunately, this usually happens more often in your beginning years as a landlord – right when you have the least extra cash flow and the most faith in humanity.
Can your rental property business run without you? What if you wanted to take a three-month vacation, could you rest assured that your business would function just fine in the hands of a substitute landlord? What if you wanted to retire and sell off your