tracs 2.0.3.A

Affordable Housing: TRACS Implementation Pushed Back to Fall 2018

Earlier this week, RealPage Affordable Leadership attended a Tenant Rental Assistance Certification System (TRACS) Industry meeting at HUD in Washington, D.C. At the meeting, HUD informed RealPage that TRACS 2.0.3.A will not be implemented until the Fall of 2018. The setback comes in lieu of several factors—firstly, HUD is running a major technology update on[]

accounting and operations software

Navigating Multifamily with Accounting and Operations Dashboards

The depth of information about vehicle performance available on today’s electronic dashboards is light years ahead of the basic speed, fuel, temperature, tachometer and voltage gauges common on cars 40 and 50 years ago. And rightfully so. Cars are far more complex than those gear-noshing metal beasts in the golden age of automobiles. Driving conditions[]

business intelligence software

Using Business Intelligence Software for Student Housing

Talk to any student housing operator and they’ll acknowledge a “rush” of a different kind on college campuses each year. Move-in day and the weeks leading up to it are intense as leasing agents try to fill beds, Resident Life is making roommate assignments and parents are calling to ask one more time what their[]

freezing temperatures

3 Tips to Prepare Your Property For Freezing Temperatures

The bite of cold winter air and freezing temperatures can have a lasting impact on your property’s landscape. Hard and moderate freezes can damage the foliage and roots systems of plants, bushes and grass, and in extreme cases lead to plant loss that requires a capital expense to rejuvenate the landscape before the spring. The[]

7 Ways You Can Mitigate Risk at Your Affordable Properties [eBook]

Affordable properties come with a unique set of challenges that range anywhere from tenant safety to federal compliance. The smallest mistake can cost you big. Reduce mistakes and mitigate risks with these seven solutions from RealPage Affordable Property Management Software: 1. Use a property management platform for the affordable market Property management software should be[]

property accounting

Property Accounting: Making Owners Nimble and Cash Flow

Apartment owners and operators love the business of real estate. Creating value. Improving process. Trading assets. But accounting, producing financial reports and other repetitive functions? Not so much. The core of utility management is found in the books. And while keeping the books is critical to the value of an operation, the process can create[]

construction industry

Construction Industry Aims to Rebuild Workforce Through Youth

Strengthening the construction industry will be top of mind in Orlando in January when builders, designers and remodelers get the spotlight at the world’s largest residential construction show. It’s no secret that labor shortages have been a big roadblock for residential and construction since the country emerged from the recession in 2008. Multifamily has felt[]

property photos

5 Best Photography Practices for Marketing Properties in 2018

2018 has officially arrived. A new year brings the opportunity to turn over a new leaf. Are you thinking about ways to upgrade your marketing game? Photos are a great place to start. Many renters are eyeing your website and social media platforms before they ever set foot on your property. They want a full picture[]

smart home technology

Managing Smart Home Technology to Win Residents

Around conference circuits, much time and energy is spent on discussing the merits and values of in-apartment technology upgrades. Nearly every agenda yields a session or two on automation through digital infrastructure. November’s National Multihousing Council OpTech Education & Exposition was no exception. As a panel of seasoned property management and technology veterans touted the[]

utility billing

Utility Management: Legislative and Regulatory Update

Here’s the latest in multifamily utility billing compliance for the states of California, Ohio and Texas: California California Senate Bill 7 (SB 7) was signed into law in 2016 by Gov. Jerry Brown. By its terms it becomes effective as of Jan. 1, 2018. All properties that request a water connection from a water utility[]

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