Colorado landlords must give more notice to short-term tenants; Renters looking to move to affordable cities; Why online payments are more convenient for everyone; How craft breweries are impacting neighborhoods; And, Buildium makes Inc. 5000 list 6th year in a row.
Colorado landlords required to give more notice to short-term tenants
A new law has passed in Colorado where landlords must give at least 21 days’ notice before raising rent prices for short-term tenants. The Denver Times reports the latest.
Where are renters trying to live and where are they leaving?
Nearly 2/3 of renters are planning on settling down in a different city according to a new report. Realtor.com shares where they plan on going, and where they are leaving.
Why online payments are more convenient for everyone
Collecting rent online can make life easier for property managers and tenants. TransUnion provides reasons why you should consider offering online payments.
7 Habits of Highly Successful Property Managers Guide
You will discover creative ways to identify and eliminate routines that are no longer benefiting your business.Download
Craft breweries and their impact on neighborhoods
CityLab shares a recent study, which takes a deeper look at the rise of craft breweries and their effect on neighborhoods.
Buildium makes Inc. 5000 list
Buildium is proud to be recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing companies in America for the 6th year in a row, putting them on Inc.’s “Honor Roll” list.