Halloween is one of the busiest nights of the year. Children, adults, and everyone in between will be up to something.
These days, it’s all about the data. And boy, is there a lot of it. In fact, there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each and every day. The problem with that volume of information is that it’s hard to narrow it down to what’s important. And this is a big deal, because if you’re not working with clean, reliable data, it could be costing you money.
Starting a property management business can be stressful. Deciding when to sell that business can be just as agonizing. If you’re feeling overwhelmed at the thought of getting your company sale-worthy, it can be helpful to know what options are available to you. Deciding which option is best for you can make it easier to determine what needs to be done to prepare for the road ahead. Here are the three main courses of action you could take.
We recently went over some pretty compelling reasons why even a small property management company could benefit from having a board of directors. But understanding the advantages and actually making it happen are two different monsters. Where on earth do you even begin? Believe it or not, putting together a trusted board of directors or advisors isn’t as complicated or challenging as you may think. In fact, all you need to do is look for the following three fundamentals.
Over the next 20 years, 3 out of every 4 homes will be broken into. And while as a property manager, you may not be responsible for replacing a tenant’s stolen belongings, you are expected to provide residents with a dwelling where they can feel safe. In fact, home security is an important factor for many when deciding on a rental property, which means investing in the safety of your residents could give you competitive advantage over other property management firms. Here’s how to do so without going broke.