In today’s digital age, online marketing has become an invaluable tool for property management companies to reach a wider audience and fill rental vacancies quickly. Leveraging various digital platforms and strategies, such as social media and online listing platforms, can significantly enhance a property management company’s ability to attract potential tenants. In this blog, we…Read More
You cannot predict the future. However, as an independent landlord trying to discover excellent tenants, you must perform your own tenant screening. Every potential tenant you speak with has a unique situation and narrative to share. It’s up to you to collect the proper documentation, ask the necessary questions, and research someone’s background to clear…Read More
15% of American households had unpaid rent as of last fall. Landlords encounter tenant issues as more people struggle to make ends meet due to rising inflation rates.Read More
A federal judge ruled that a Covid-era provision for retail renters is unconstitutional, siding with commercial landlords.
The judgment presents a chance for landlords whose tenants fell behind on their rent due to the outbreak.Read More
As the city attempts to handle its escalating rat problem, residents of New York will have to put out their trash much later in the day beginning of April 1. As the city works to combat its expanding rat problem, New Yorkers will soon have to leave out their trash much later in the day.…Read More
Wondering whether getting a professional property management company to help you is the right answer? Read the list of reasons below to see if you are someone who can handle managing a property alone. 1. You’d rather deal with property management issues than spend time with family 2. You find property management more enjoyable than…Read More
Do you reside in a New York City area where rats are an issue? Don’t know where to start in fixing the problem?
Read on to learn about the safety precautions you should take.Read More
Requirements for a Credit Score There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to credit score criteria. However, when we asked 15 experts, most of them said that you need a credit score of at least 650 to get an apartment without any extra requirements, such as larger deposits, guarantors, or paying extra rent in…Read More
A federal appeals court decided on Monday that the tenant-friendly adjustments made to New York City’s rent stability laws in 2019 were constitutional, rejecting two complaints from landlords. The New York City Rent Stabilization Law amendments were upheld by the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on the grounds that they adhered to…Read More
If you don’t know the rules, it’s difficult to win any game. It’s no different as a landlord. It can frequently feel like a game of chess where the pieces are always shifting as you balance meeting the requirements of your tenants, making timely insurance and mortgage payments, and settling up at tax time. Success…Read More