3 Reasons To Upgrade Your Property Management To A Smart System

Posted on: 22 September 2018
The basic principles behind property management have not changed over the years. As a manager of a property management team you handle payments, complaints from tenants, tenants moving out, and new tenants moving in. You also may handle the maintenance calls and schedules that come through as well. What has changed in property management is the ability to be smartphone connected. Here are three reasons to upgrade your property management to a smart system for your entire team.
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Cons Of Buying A House On A Busy Street

Posted on: 27 October 2017
Some people prefer to live near a busy street because it is "where the action is." It is true that living near a busy street has its benefits; for example, such locations tend to be more secure and maintained than neighborhoods farther from the main streets. However, there are also a few potential drawbacks of living near busy, such as these: Noise Depending on how tolerant you are of loud noises, this is one of the most annoying things about living near a busy street.
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Hunting Cabin Spots Withing Driving Distance From NYC

Posted on: 19 October 2017
You can't go hunting within the confines of New York City. If you try and go into one of the parks and hunt, you're going to be in for a rude awakening. The police will end up getting involved. While you can fish, you can't hunt in the city parks. While this might be disappointing to people who love to hunt and who also live in the city, it doesn't have to be a huge problem.
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Property Management Service Myths And Misconceptions

Posted on: 15 October 2017
Renting out property to tenants can be a very attractive way of earning money. While many people may start out assuming that renting out their property will require little work on their part, this is far from the case. In fact, it can be common for individuals to find themselves surprised and overwhelmed with the work that can be involved with renting property to tenants. Myth: Property Management Services Are Too Expensive To Be Worth Hiring
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