Skip to main content

Property Management Blog

HOA & COA Management

In addition to management of rental properties, we can also help your neighborhood or condo complex with management of your HOA or COA. Management of a neighborhood association can be complicated, including accounting, tax filings, ongoing maintenance and repairs for common areas...
Read More

Company Expansion

You may have noticed that our company has been growing rapidly over the last few years. Two years ago, we managed just 60 houses. Today, that number has grown to well over 200. In addition to adding houses under management, we have also added a new office, new office staff, new l...
Read More

Rental Market Update

Every now and then it's a good idea to take a look at the status of the market for rental properties to evaluate whether you're better off to sell your property or keep it as an income property. As the news has started to report that the housing market is beginning a slow...
Read More

Long Term Contracts

Something that clearly sets us apart from our competition is our strong stance against any long-term contracts for our clients. We frequently get calls from property owners who are desperate to escape their current management company for a variety of reasons, but there's noth...
Read More

Smoking or Non-Smoking?

This is another question we get asked frequently, but unlike most questions, this one has an easy answer. “Should we allow tenants to smoke in our rental house?” In this case, the answer is an easy “NO!”Some people worry that prohibiting smoking will exclu...
Read More

Landlord Insurance

Our management agreement, and the management agreement of just about any reputable property management company, require the property owner to get an insurance policy for their rental property that is specially designed for rental properties and to name our company as an additiona...
Read More

Will you match pricing?

This is a question we frequently get from potential clients: “such-and-such competitor tells me that they'll charge 1% less than you; will you match their rate?”Well, the short answer is yes. But the long answer is that you probably don't want us to. Allow me ...
Read More

Stocks or Income Properties?

Some landlords are only landlords by accident. They bought a house for their use, then they had to move across the country and either didn't want to sell the house, or couldn't sell it because its value had dropped too much after they bought it. But for others, owning inv...
Read More
Showing 191- 198 of 198