Double your personal productivity in 30 days? Is it possible? Absolutely! This article will provide three important steps for making the best investment you have ever made…an investment in you! Why is this critical? Because a small investment made today will
The question I get most often about aid animals is whether one has to allow them, especially if you have a “no pet” policy in place. Of course, once you have aid animals in your rental properties, there’s even more to know.
A Wyoming federal court jury awarded $28.2 million to a Casper, Wyoming woman who was poisoned by carbon monoxide from an outdated and unmaintained furnace in her apartment, said the Spence Law Firm. The legal team alleged that the apartment owner and manager ignored warnings that the complex’s 30-year-old fleet of 96 furnaces was dangerous…
Question One: I own a small eight unit apartment building in West Hollywood which is under rent control. I would like to know why we cannot install a separate water meter for each apartment. The tenants will never use the water responsibly unless they pay for the water. Thank you.
An occupied rental unit is the key to your success as a property manager. Yet, this basic fact is something many rental property owners quickly forget. Advertising your vacancy, having a well-polished presentation, knowing all the
Owning a rental can of course be a cumbersome task and require continual upkeep and maintenance by the owner and/or the property management company. The purpose of this article is to summarize
We all love things that smell good; just check out the success of the perfume industry. What man in his right mind would want to ask a woman for a date if she didn’t smell good? And how many women
Available for a limited time! Only one of its kind! Offer expires at midnight! These and similar phrases are used to make people “spring boldly into action.” They conjure up images of
Of particular interest to apartment building owners and management companies, as well as to other real estate professionals, should be the recent California Court of Appeal decision concerning the