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.

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4 Hot Learning Trends for Property Management Companies

Your staff is your #1 investment. Yet too many property management companies still consider staff as a somewhat static asset when in reality you can be constantly increasing their value through an organized and consistent learning program. The investment in learning is minuscule compared to the payoffs in expanding skillsets that improve your employees’ competence[]

Job Costing Solution to Improve Multifamily Project Management design

A Job Costing Solution to Improve Multifamily Construction

Construction projects are increasingly costing more–but it’s not just a shortage of labor that’s driving costs up during one of the nation’s biggest construction booms. Creative apartment designs, rising material prices, regulatory issues, and interior vanity details are tacking on a superfluous price tag for market investors. Multifamily construction–whether it is unit renovations or ground-up[]

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When Accessibility Noncompliance Puts Assisted Living Communities at Risk

Any assisted living property manager knows that accessibility noncompliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act is an issue. Residents who require mobility assistance or have a disability must be able to access the community just as any able-bodied person. Installation of ramps, grab bars and handicap parking places may signify that the property is compliant.[]

Minimizing Fraudulent Applications Through Identity Verification

How to Minimize Fraudulent Applications with Identity Verification

More personal information about consumers is ‘freely’ available to view or purchase online today than ever before. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that with the abundance of data available nowadays, the incidence of fraud increases. Now more than ever, property management companies need to protect its data and one way to do[]

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The Latest Market Insights in Student Housing

The RealPage Student Team is attending InterFace Student Housing Conference in Austin this week, where top industry players are gathering for market insights and trends, continued education and networking. Taylor Gunn, Director of Student Housing at RealPage, delivered an enlightening presentation on the Student Market in the recent webcast, “Student Housing Q1 Market Update.” Gunn spoke about[]

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Embracing Disruption: The Apartment of the Future

As stewards of the multifamily housing industry, we each have visions for the apartment of the future. Some may see it as a techno-eccentric unit, a place in a world unto itself that stimulates the imagination and promotes self-indulgence in urban playgrounds. Others could argue it supports sophistication, lifestyle and basic essentials and redefines the[]

Turning Multifamily Maintenance into Renewals

Turning Multifamily Maintenance into Renewals

A Paul Rhodes education session is always a good way to spend part of the day at a multifamily conference, especially after lunch when the eyes get heavy. His sermon-like presentations always grab everybody’s attention. There’s bound to be a hallelujah or two. His session on how to turn multifamily maintenance into renewals didn’t disappoint.[]

Benchmarking Compliance Using Energy Star Portfolio Manager

Benchmarking Compliance Using Energy Star Portfolio Manager

The filing dates to report building energy benchmarking data to the Energy Commission run from April 1 through July 1, and states are expecting building owners to do it through the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Energy Star Portfolio Manager”. The question is, are you in compliance with all your filing requirements? And just how do you[]

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Some Spring Landscapes May be Delayed by Heavy March Snows

Four Nor’easters that poured loads of snow in the eastern U.S. so far in March have no doubt stalled or delayed spring landscape preparations at apartment communities from the southern Appalachians to New England. Property managers trying to get a jump on sprucing up the grounds in advance of peak leasing season have seen green[]

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