Apartments built for healing; 3 things to actively know about your roofing; How you can use your residents to prevent pest infestations; Valuable lessons learned from a first-time eviction; And, Betting on the luxury student housing market.
Apartments made for healing
A new NYC apartment development, formerly a sanitarium, is now a “healing place” for some residents. The New York Times discusses the parallels between the building’s former and modern use.
3 things to know about roofing
Rental Housing Journal provides 3 things to proactively know in order to ultimately save property managers time and money on roofing.
How residents can help prevent pest infestations
Multifamily Executive Magazine provides 5 things property managers and landlords should make sure their tenants know in order to prevent pests.
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
Valuable lessons from a first-time eviction
A BiggerPockets member shares 10 valuable lessons they learned from their first time evicting a tenant.
Betting on the luxury student housing market
Chicago-based firm, Core Spaces, discusses their expansion into the student housing market with their hotel-style off-campus housing projects.