How Properties Can Stay a Step Ahead of Accessibility Compliance

How Properties Can Stay a Step Ahead of Accessibility Compliance

What an apartment owner or manager doesn’t know about accessibility compliance can literally be costly. Properties that are non-compliant to provisions of the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 and American’s With Disabilities Act of 1990 subject themselves to millions of dollars in damages. Most often, violators could prevent such exposure if only they’d fully understood[]

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Clearing the Air On Companion Animals: What Property Managers Should Know

Know the rules when residents seek accommodation for emotional support or companion animals While the multifamily housing industry has become pet friendly, some furry friends are catching the ire of property managers. Residents who attempt to bring their pets on property under the guise of them being companion animals are leaving some apartment operators fearing[]

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HUD Compliance: Fair Housing Complaints Should be Taken Seriously

Last year, the Department of Housing and Urban Development received about 12,000 formal complaints alleging violations of the Fair Housing Act. While only a small portion went to court, the message from HUD is that property owners should be keenly aware of the law and the ramifications for violating it.

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Keeping Properties in Compliance with ADA and Fair Housing Laws

There seems to be an increase in activity in the monitoring of accessibility compliance at multifamily properties across the country. 2015 brought us the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). ADA protects against discrimination based on disability and imposes accessibility requirements on public accommodations. Since most multifamily properties have a leasing office and common area[]

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7 Must-Have Resources for Apartment Property Management

From setting rent rates to screening residents and managing payments, property management professionals often wear many hats. What are you currently doing to be successful? Multifamily industry leaders have the right resources backing them up, and here are our top seven must-haves to adopt for your property management business today: 1. Revenue Management Take the[]

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