This week in property management news: January 4, 2017

Sarah Pallatroni
Sarah Pallatroni | 1 min. read

Published on January 4, 2017

How Brooklyn is resetting the luxury apartment standard; preventing the nightmare of freezing pipes; what accidental real estate investors should know about taxes; pet-friendly apartments and dog breed stereotypes; and the latest neighborhood trend.

What Does Luxury Apartment Living Entail in Brooklyn?

CNBC reports on the competitive luxury apartment market in Brooklyn and the many perks real estate developers are providing in their buildings to lure new residents.

Preventing Freezing Pipes

Realtor Magazine provides four tips to help you prevent the nightmare of frozen pipes.

What the “Accidental Investor” Should Know About Taxes

Renting out a home is a common thing, but understanding the taxation on rental income may not be. The Washington Post explains what you should expect when tax season hits.

When a Tenant Brings Home a Pitbull

The New York Times responds to the president of a co-op board in East Harlem who seeks advice on how to handle complaints against a dog associated with a negative stereotype.

The Latest Neighborhood Trend

Business Insider provides details on a new tiny home neighborhood being built in Colorado.

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Sarah Pallatroni

As Buildium's social media marketer, Sarah is responsible for brand promotion across multiple social media platforms and keeping the team up-to-date on industry trends. With a B.S. in Marketing from Bentley University, she is constantly learning new ways to represent the Buildium brand via the wonders of social media. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants.

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