This week in property management news: August 28, 2017

Sarah Pallatroni
Sarah Pallatroni | 1 min. read

Published on 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.

Tips for the Aftermath of Harvey

Hurricane Harvey’s impact was far more damaging than we could have imagined. ServiceMaster provides 8 must-read tips for those in the aftermath of this ongoing disaster.

Managing Student Move-In Season

The start of the semester came quicker than ever this year. Forbes shares how some property managers undertake the most hectic time of the year for student housing.

New NY bill Could Offer Tax Credits to Renters

A new bill recently introduced in NYC has the potential to bring tax relief to renters who struggle to afford housing in this increasingly expensive city.

Beware of Fake Rental Scams on Craigslist

A Hawaii property manager warns of potential rental scams after recently discovering fake listings of his units on Craigslist.

Handling the Most Popular Tenant Complaints

Responding to tenant complaints will always be a part of a property manager’s job. TransUnion provides tips on how to handle the 4 most common complaints.

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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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