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Winter is far from over, which means more salt on the roads and heavy coats out of the closet. What it doesn’t have to mean is another month of expensive heating bills. Here are some ways to make your property more efficient so that you and your tenants can reduce energy costs and save money.Avoi...
12/08/2020
Mortgage + insurance + taxes. If, like a lot of landlords, you’ve set up escrow, these charges come out of your account every month. You probably don’t think much about them and as a result, they can feel immutable. But trust us, they’re not, and finding ways to lower any of the three can have a ...
12/07/2020
Portfolio expansion is always an exciting time for a landlord or property manager. New projects, new dollars, and new challenges can be a compelling and tempting proposition. But it’s crucial to keep perspective in mind: is this a smart investment of my time, money, and energy? Will this property...
12/06/2020
Managing a portfolio can take a great deal of effort. On average, you should shoot for at least one manager per 150-200 units to operate efficiently. If your unit per manager ratio is getting too high, then maybe it’s time to downsize. Landlords downsize for many reasons: they decide they want to...
12/05/2020
The question of how much a school district affects property value is murky and has been subject to much rigorous debate, but that a high-performing school district will attract renters and buyers alike is no question at all. Although landlords know that the majority of their clientele are younger...
12/04/2020
Real estate is more than the building that sits on it. Sure, most of your revenue will come from renting residences and commercial spaces to tenants, but the land you own can be a source of revenue itself. Below, we break down three ways to maximize the revenue your real estate investment produce...
12/02/2020
We’ve discussed the numerous ways to stay abreast of the ever-changing real estate market before, ranging from proximity to retail to shrinking apartment sizes, but it’s doubtful we’ve taken on a topic quite so large as climate change. Just how far down the road until we see its effects remains t...
12/01/2020
So you’ve decided to take the plunge into commercial real estate. Investing in and managing commercial properties is quite different than the residential market, and many of those differences start with the lease.  New landlords often have limited experience with commercial leases and the differe...
10/22/2020
For almost as long as marketing and sales have existed, businesses have attempted to receive feedback from their customers. This data is an incredible advantage to businesses looking to refine and improve their product and their organization as a whole. For companies that produce consumer product...
10/20/2020
As new apartment buildings are built, the units on the inside are changing drastically. Since 2006, the national apartment size average has been slowly decreasing. So far in 2017, the average size of an apartment has been recorded at 889 square feet, which represents a 9% reduction compared to th...
10/15/2020
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