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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 Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a significant effect on industries across the globe. One such sector is Property Management. With Public Health officials putting heavy importance on social distancing, Property Managers must now adjust how they conduct their day-to-day duties in order to align with guidance from Federal, State, and Local governments.  For the time being, Property Managers need to be flexible and get creative with ways to do their usual duties. Below are a few different tips to help Property Managers do…

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…

The 2019 NMHC OPTECH Conference is just a few days away! The conference is being held November 11-13 in Dallas, Texas. It will consist of 3 days full of networking and educational activities such as exclusive peer-to-peer roundtables, property and revenue management workshops and cutting- edge content and speakers.  Keynote Speakers:  This year’s Keynote Speakers…
By Rachel Brand Here at ClickNotices we always enjoy coming to our Integration Partner Events and had not yet attended an MRI event, so why would we not look to attend one located close to Disneyland? MRI Ascend took place in beautiful Anaheim, CA. We were able to meet with National and International Housing Authorities,…
We are thrilled to announce a new working partnership with Geoff Ogden. The aim of this partnership is to help strengthen our mission to help our customers reduce bad debt and streamline the delinquency management process. Geoff is active in the property management community and currently trains property management professionals in all areas of the…
As the record-long government shutdown continues, more and more Americans are beginning to suffer its effects, particularly those in low income or subsidized housing. At this time, over 1,100 federal assistance contracts with property owners have expired with the possibility of an additional 1,000+ expiring by the end of February.  The current lack of funding at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has caused a…