This week in property management news: July 24, 2017

Sarah Pallatroni
Sarah Pallatroni | 1 min. read
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Published on July 24, 2017

A majority of rental investors are actually small landlords; why your renters should have flood insurance; tips for updating your rental properties’ paint colors; how online rental payments can make your life easier; and horror stories from the grossest apartments.

A Majority of Rental Investors Are Actually Small Landlords

A recent study conducted by Real Property Management revealed that most single-family rental property investors are actually landlords who own 5 or fewer units. Rental Housing Journal shares more on the findings.

Why Your Renters Should Have Flood Insurance

Do you require your renters to have flood insurance? Here are a few reasons you may want to start.

Updating Paint Colors for Your Residential Units

Is it time to update the paint colors in your units? Multifamily Executive Magazine teams up with KILZ Paint to provide some great tips for refreshing your walls.

Why Paying Rent Online is More Convenient for Everyone

TransUnion shares 5 ways that online rent payments can make your life a lot easier, along with your tenants’.

Horror Stories from the Grossest Apartments

Tenants share stories from the most horrific apartments they’ve ever lived in.

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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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