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Think twice before posting a negative rental review
The landlord won’t make timely repairs, the common area laundry room is a mess, or the management company never answers their phones. Three very common complaints found online from renters regarding their experience with property management companies across...
Linda Day Harrison
| 4 min. read
Ethics in property management: A cutting-edge topic?
Absolutely! Why, you ask? It’s not a bunch of boring legal stuff that is neither cool nor sexy. Heck, it’s not even about marketing, technology, social media, or anything current or trending, as they say. Or is it? I...
Steve Boudreault
| 11 min. read
On giving thanks
On the surface, it’s a day off in November dedicated to food, family, football, and invariably falling asleep on the couch until it’s time for leftovers. But at its essence — and in the name of the holiday...
Phillippa Carr
| 3 min. read
How a property manager can benefit from a storage solution
As a property manager, you take on a lot of responsibilities on a daily basis. You must deal with maintaining the properties that you manage and also deal with renovating properties and doing repairs once the current tenants...
Kevin Raposo
| 3 min. read
A burglar reveals the four tips for home protection
Ever wonder what goes through the mind of a burglar? We got the chance to sit down with some burglary professionals and asked them. Here’s what we discovered: A Tonka Truck left in the yard could invite a...
State of the residential property management market survey report
Here it is, what you’ve all been waiting for: Buildium’s State of the Residential Property Management Market Survey Report. Enjoy!
Linda Day Harrison
| 7 min. read
The great debate: which is better? On-site or off-site property management?
Sorry folks, but the answer is: it depends! I know you hate that answer, but here’s why it does really depend! Engineer/Maintenance Staff: The number-one issue for any property manager to evaluate is whether or not there are...
Ken Kmet
| 8 min. read
Seawalls are everywhere
Seawalls are everywhere. There are endless miles and miles of them. If you live in a condominium, HOA, townhouse community, or home along the beach, bay, inter-coastal waterway, or lake, you most likely have one. Most condominiums and...

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