Small Landlords Hit Harder by Delinquent Renters By John Triplett

A research study shows that of small landlords with three or fewer properties, 56 percent are dealing with delinquent renters, according to a release. The research from Nevada Realtors (NVR) was only for the state of Nevada, but points out how small landlords, often called “mom-and-pop” landlords, are carrying a heavier burden than larger corporate landlords. The National…

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Supreme Court Tells Federal Court to Hear San Francisco Lifetime Lease Case By Deborah La Fetra

[In July], the United States Supreme Court announced that courts must hear our case Pakdel v. City and County of San Francisco, which challenges a San Francisco ordinance that forces land owners to provide lifetime leases to tenants. In the Court’s opinion, they removed barriers to bringing property rights cases in federal court. In 2009, Peyman Pakdel and his wife bought an apartment…

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First Line of Defense!!! Reduce Risk & Liability By Jim Maxey

Fire extinguishers are the first line of defense for your property against fire.  Fire extinguishers are most effectively utilized when they are readily available in sufficient number and have adequate extinguishing capacity.  Most building fires occur around laundry rooms, elevator/electrical rooms, parking areas, building trash bins, and kitchens.  If a fire occurs, remember to evacuate…

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