With summer approaching, chances are your residents will be spending a fair amount of time at the community swimming pool. But lurking within those clear and pristine waters are hidden dangers that could make your residents sick.
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If you wish to aid the disaster relief efforts in Moore, Oklahoma, and the Dallas/Fort Worth area, you have a number of options.
The Disney brand is one of the most powerful in the world. Here are five ways you can add a little magic to your resident experiences to improve resident retention.
Should property management companies and apartment communities be worried about this impending cicada apocalypse and property damage? Not really. Here’s your Property Management Field Guide to everything you wanted to know about cicadas, and a few things you probably didn’t want to know.
According to one survey, only 31% of renters have renter’s insurance. Here are some common misconceptions renter’s have about renter’s insurance and why they pass on such a valuable way to protect not only their belongings but their bank accounts.
Property managers can reduce their color budgets while maintaining a consistent look of eye-catching color by using a strategic approach of mixing perennials and annuals during spring and fall plantings.
As more cities across the country adopt mandatory recycling programs, some of the burden for cost and compliance falls in to the hands of property management companies and apartment communities.
The path to property management leadership greatness is littered with craziness and pain. But the true business leaders know that pain is only temporary. Pain is but a physical manifestation of the downside of greatness and should be taken to heart rather than avoided.
Anne Sadovsky, the widely recognized multifamily and fair housing speaker and trainer, opens up about the secret to her longevity, her enthusiasm for sharing her knowledge and experiences, and her drive to make a difference.
Thousands of complaints are filed with HUD every year. Take our HUD-approved true/false quiz to reveal what you know or don’t know about Fair Housing Act compliance laws.
Ask any driver who loops city blocks in Downtown U.S.A. – or an apartment community – trying to find a spot and they’ll probably tell you the same thing: the multifamily industry is facing a potential parking shortage.
Property managers know that customer service plays a key role at all levels of the resident experience. But when dealing with Fair Housing matters, customer service skills can go a long way towards diffusing potentially volatile situations and even reducing the chance of HUD discrimination claims.
When it officially stamps hoarding as a disorder in May, the American Psychiatric Association will confirm what property management companies and Fair Housing experts have already known: Hoarding is a mental disorder and a protected class.
We kick off our coverage of Fair Housing Month with a look at the HUD housing discrimination mobile app for iPhone and iPad, which provides the public with a quick and easy way to learn about their housing rights and to file housing discrimination complaints.