Minimize Crime at Senior Communities with Resident Screening

Minimize Crime at Senior Communities with Resident Screening

Millions of Americans look forward to retirement, when years of hard work are traded for relaxation, adventure and independence. Most assume they’ll live out their days in a safe haven, whether it be at home or in independent or assisted living senior communities. At home, neighborhoods may change and fall into urban blight as demographics[]

multifamily construction

Creating Homes Where Residents Want to Live

The wow in selling a prospect, or even an existing resident, on an apartment community is being turned inside out. A seamless transition from the outdoors to the indoors and back out is inspiring some designers and architects in multifamily construction in their efforts to create an improved resident experience. Community building entrances are taking on[]

real estate

An Inside View on Real Estate Profit Margins

Earnings matter. This is as true in energy, industrials and consumer staples as it is in real estate. After all, people invest in real estate to make money, so keeping an eye on profit margins is a must. MPF Research thought it would be interesting to view real estate performance in term of net profit[]

Crape Myrtle: How to Protect your Apartment’s Landscape

A colorful staple of southern apartment landscapes has come under attack in recent years. And agricultural and landscape professionals are a little stumped about how it originated or finding ways to quickly fend advances. Crape Myrtle bark scale, or Eriococcus lagerstroemia, is slowly advancing since its U.S. discovery in Dallas about 12 years ago. In[]

landscaping and decor

The Hidden Benefits of Landscaping and Décor

Digested from “Property Management: Cost Saving Tips on Landscaping, Design, & Décor.” San Diego Premier Property Management. Friscia, Salvatore. In property management, first impressions matter. A prospect’s opinion of your property begins to form the moment they pull up, and can determine whether a lease is signed or lost to the competition. To draw new[]

New Solutions Help Make Better Use of Apartment Kitchen Space

The kitchen is the one place in a home where all the action is. Throw a party, and invariably everyone gathers around the table or near the fridge. Even in clubhouses. Among this year’s hottest design trends are big kitchens crafted to entertain the gourmet appetite and really lay out a spread. But, frankly, such[]

social media

What’s New in Social Media: Instagram, Twitter, and a Facebook Study

It’s crucial for property management professionals to find innovative ways to connect with prospects and generate business, and social media is a powerful tool to help. This series was created to keep readers up-to-date on the latest trends and updates in social media. By taking advantage of social media for multifamily, your property management company[]

Engaging Employees What Work Ethic Looks Like

Engaging Employees: What Work Ethic Looks Like

You’ve heard the idiom of firing or clicking on all cylinders. That’s when all the cylinders are operating and providing the maximum amount of power in an internal combustion engine. Or something or a process is working at full strength and making every possible effort. A property management team should operate under such precision and[]

10 Best Practices for Residents to Properly Inventory Possessions

Renters have a lot of stuff, but they seem to not know exactly how much for insurance purposes. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners notes that 59 percent of consumers have not made a list or inventory of their prized possessions and valuables. Of those who have done their preliminary paperwork, 48 percent have no[]

A New Perspective: Creating a Home for Multifamily Residents

What comes to mind when you hear the word home? You may think about the place where you grew up as a child or currently live with your family. For many, home is a place where babies take their first steps, kids are raised, and important memories are shared between loved ones. One thing is[]

Why Remodeling is on the Rise for Rental Housing

Influenced by Baby Boomers and Millennials, the home remodeling market is cruising at high speed, continuing to gain momentum since the housing crash nearly a decade ago. Recent reports by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University (JCHS) and the National Association of Home Builders indicate that homeowners and renters are craving new[]

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