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Author:hostCreated:10/7/2008 8:02 PM
Property Management

Before the summer season begins, commercial property owners who have a pool on their property should be taking some initiative during the middle of spring to ensure that their pool is safe.

As a property owner, once a year you should have your pool inspected to guarantee that it still meets the local, state, and federal requirements.

So, the first thing you will need to get done in order to determine if it is swimmable is to give it an annual checkup!

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As rental markets heat up during spring and summer cycles, a healthy, green landscape can do wonders for attracting new residents.

A lush front lawn or bed of bursting color doesn’t come overnight or only after a few good rains. Getting the landscape in shape takes time, planning and patience – creating a road map for an attractive landscape is necessary long before the grass starts to turn green.

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I want you to get the most out of the 7 minutes it will take you to read this article. They say, time is money, but more importantly, time is opportunity. With that in mind, here are 5 ways for you to capitalize on the opportunities in front of you today to help you get more renewals tomorrow!

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While the number of renters in the market has increased in the last few years, retaining good tenants can still pose a problem for property managers. Maintaining a current resident is much less expensive than locating, approving, and moving in a new tenant. Of course the nature of renting itself is often transient; many people rent while looking for a home to buy, others only in the community for a short period of time.

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As property managers, we’re all aware of the multitude of issues that frequently arise with unreliable tenants. Late rental payments, disturbing the peace, illegal activity, and a general disregard for the property are all problems that typically arise in the property management industry.

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Snow and other forms of precipitation in the Northeast are expected to rival that of a record-shattering year last year as winter gains momentum in January and February. Other parts of the country will be no doubt affected as winter begins to enter its stretch run.

For a home owner, a heavy snowfall can be particularly damaging and dangerous. November’s blizzard in Western New York that posted snowfalls up to seven feet took its toll on numerous homes and businesses. Collapsed roofs from the heavy weight of the snow were among the nearly $50 million in damages reported.

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Residents are slowly but surely coming around to the idea of having renter’s insurance. And that’s good news for homeowners.

A 2014 Insurance Information Institute (III) poll conducted by ORC International found that 37 percent of renters have renter’s insurance, up eight percent from 2011. The number has steadily grown since 2006, when about seven million policies were written. In 2011, some 10.7 million renters had coverage.

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 For most people, the holidays are a time for family festivities, good cheer and decking the halls. Christmas trees, menorahs and wreaths welcome visitors at front doors, and strings of sparkly, blinking lights hang from eves and outline doors and windows.

 

But as residents deck the halls this holiday season, property owners should be aware of the dangers that come with holiday lights, candles and other decorations. Few consider that these decorations can contribute significantly to holiday fires. Dry holiday trees and lighted candles comprise some of the greatest dangers.

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Residents are slowly but surely coming around to the idea of having renter’s insurance. And that’s good news for homeowners.

A 2014 Insurance Information Institute (III) poll conducted by ORC International found that 37 percent of renters have renter’s insurance, up eight percent from 2011. The number has steadily grown since 2006, when about seven million policies were written. In 2011, some 10.7 million renters had coverage.

But just how many renters kept their policies intact throughout the duration of their rent cycle is an unknown. The numbers don’t take account into how many residents drop their policy shortly after presenting it to comply with a landlord’s mandate to have one in order to rent the home.

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Snow and other forms of precipitation in the Northeast are expected to rival that of a record-shattering year last year as winter gains momentum in January and February. Other parts of the country will be no doubt affected as winter begins to enter its stretch run.

For a home owner, a heavy snowfall can be particularly damaging and dangerous. November’s blizzard in Western New York that posted snowfalls up to seven feet took its toll on numerous homes and businesses. Collapsed roofs from the heavy weight of the snow were among the nearly $50 million in damages reported.

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