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Sarah Pallatroni
| 1 min. read
This week in property management news: September 6, 2017
Houston realtor helps over 300 flood victims; when to invest in single vs. multifamily properties; what tenants value most in a rental; renters’ top concerns when choosing a rental; and the demographics of cost-burdened renters. Houston realtor helps...
Amanda Maher
| 5 min. read
The student housing sector is hotter than ever—here’s what you should know
Anyone who lives in a college town (like Boston, where Buildium is based!) knows how hot the student housing sector has become. However, colleges have been around for centuries; so why is it that investing in student housing...
Sarah Pallatroni
| 1 min. read
This week in property management news: August 28, 2017
Eight must-read tips for handling the aftermath of Harvey; managing student housing move-in season; new NY bill could offer tax relief to renters; beware of rental scams on Craigslist; and how to handle the most popular tenant complaints....
Lauren Mason
| 5 min. read
Buildium awards $5K in scholarships to next generation of female STEM leaders
What inspires us here at Buildium? The next generation of female STEM leaders! One of Buildium’s six core values is, “Be helpful and supportive.” We do our very best to embody this value every day: from assisting our...
Sarah Pallatroni
| 1 min. read
This week in property management news: August 14, 2017
10 things landlords should remember when screening tenants; a Florida veteran wins dispute with HOA over flag mailbox; 7 habits of highly successful property managers; how to differentiate between great and terrible tenants; and real estate billionaires merge...
Amanda Maher
| 5 min. read
San Jose landlords set to cash in if Google’s 8MM ft.² mega-campus becomes reality
Rental property owners are frothing at the mouth over Google’s recent announcement that it plans to build a “mega-campus” in San Jose, California. The Google campus in San Jose could be as large as 8 million square feet—nearly...
Lauren Mason
| 6 min. read
Technology can save you time, money, and lost tenants, according to new research
In today’s competitive market, property managers are always looking for new ways to attract new tenants and gain an edge over their competition. Recent research shows that renters not only want technology to be a part of their...
Amanda Maher
| 5 min. read
NYC ends rent freeze after 2 years, but neither landlords nor tenants are pleased
In 2015, property managers and landlords in New York City expressed outrage after the Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) voted to freeze one-year lease increases on more than 1.2 million rent-stabilized apartments. Never in the history of the board...
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