Category: Multifamily Properties

What is the CARES Act?  The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) provides immediate eviction relief for certain residential tenants but does not address commercial tenants’ relief.  Section 4024 of the CARES Act establishes a temporary moratorium on the filing of residential evictions for tenants residing in certain properties that are part of government programs or financed […]

The one common problem that plagues nearly every Property Manager is tenants missing rent payments. This problem has significantly increased over the course of the last few months.  As a Property Manager, little matters more than proper cash flow. Without it, you risk missing payments to vendors and/or producing a negative return on your investment. The process of pursuing late rent forces you to incur extra costs in both lost time and legal […]

The everyday activities of handling multi-family property management combine for one primary purpose: obtaining rent. Collecting rent can be challenging and frustrating for property managers at any time, but it is notably more challenging at this time, due to the recent increase in unemployment rates and uncertainty as to eviction moratorium policies.  When addressing these […]

It’s time for the roundup of our favorite Property Management related blogs of last month.   This roundup features Property Management articles published on sites such as Rental Housing Journal and Forbes, and from writers, including Mildred Delgado, Ari Rastegar, and more.   1. 4 Difficult Hurdles in the Life of a Landlord (Rental Housing Journal) This article […]

As you know, when you have a vacant rental property it costs you money every day it is empty, so minimizing that time to as short as possible is important. If you are struggling to fill your vacancies, read on for some helpful tips to help you streamline the process.     Make sure all online [...]
In today’s fast moving world, the traditional method of collecting delinquent rent is not effective. The numerous demands placed on property managers do not allow for dedication of the time and effort required to effectively pursue delinquent rent. Often, the missed rent is overlooked in lieu of other priorities, and evictions are not pursued. Managing [...]