Property Management

Property management involves the processes, systems and manpower required to manage the life cycle of rental housing properties, including acquisition, control, accountability, responsibility, maintenance, utilization and disposition. There are many facets to this industry and profession and PMI covers them all.

Hot Curb Appeal: 5 Property Management Tips for Spring

There is no better time to work on your property’s curb appeal than the change of seasons. And with Punxsutawney Phil “predicting” an early spring, now is the perfect time for property owners and managers to start improving an important marketing tool for apartment properties: curb appeal.

Apartment Safety Tips: Space Heaters

Space heaters are a great way for apartment residents to add extra warmth to rooms. However, the improper use of space heaters can cause residential fires and even death. Here are some fire safety tips property management teams can pass along to their residents.

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Crape Myrtle Trees: Proper Care for Apartment Communities

Contrary to popular belief, caring for a Crape Myrtle tree isn’t simply about lopping off branches close to the ground. Actually, gentle pruning and clearing of seed pods before or during spring ensure year-round beauty for these trees, which are popular at apartment communities in the South.

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Service Dogs Undergo Rigorous Training Despite Lax Laws

Service animal authenticity has long been a point of contention for property managers. Laws don’t require that service animals be registered, and there is no definitive organization that accredits dogs. But at Baylor Health Care, selecting the right candidate for service animal training is a very selective process.

Four Apartment Landscape Tips to Get Your Property Ready For Spring

Winter is a time when many plants are dormant, but they need a little help to make their spring entrance vivid and spectacular. A winter cleanup that includes culling grasses, cutting back perennials, and performing major reductions for shrubs is a good way to ready the landscape for the upcoming growing season.

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