One of the toughest decisions a building owner or property manager faces annually—as yearly leases come due—is whether or not to increase rent for new and existing tenants. If, after careful thought and analysis, the answer is yes, then you
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” – 2nd Amendment, United States Constitution Though controversial, the language in the Constitution
This week in property management: A new U.K. survey reveals the nature of bad landlords; learn how to sell property without a tax hit; peek into the future of real estate with AI tech; see how investors and builders in
Once a working-class haven, Brooklyn has become one of New York City’s hottest neighborhoods. Areas like Williamsburg, Flatbush and Dumbo have seen a rapid influx of people seeking refuge from Manhattan’s exorbitant cost of living. It started with artists, and
There’s no such thing as a snow day in property management; economic forecasts struggle to capture the impact of rising rent costs; big legislative changes took hold on January 1; Zillow releases data on the 50 largest rental markets in
The Super Bowl 50 kickoff is scheduled for promptly 6:30 pm (ET) on February 7th. While football fans from around the country will be gathering at or hosting Super Bowl parties, it’s a perfect opportunity to build camaraderie among your
Calling all landlords and property managers in Texas! A new series of landlord-tenant laws took effect on January 1, 2016. If you own or operate property in the Lone Star State, here’s what you need to know. Senate Bill 1367,
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Imagine that a tenant owes you $1,290 for the following things: Rent: $1,000 Parking: $200 Utlities: $75 Renters insurance: $15 If they send you a check for $1,000, how would you apply that money to all of the above items?
What do you get when you combine 1099s, tax deductions, and the IRS with daily news about fantasy football leagues closing down, and the hopes and dreams associated with Superb Owl squares and March Madness brackets? Tax advice! Seriously. If