Posts Tagged ‘Property Management’
We’ve just added support for all of RentPost’s awesome property management features in our Aqua plan, starting at only $29/mo. We’ve heard from many smaller property management companies and others just getting started that they needed a cheaper entry point. Well, we’re announcing just that. So, now you can get all the great features of RentPost for even less.
Additionally, we’ve added some upgrades and improvements in our latest release. Most of these improvements center around your charges added to tenants and getting more insight. You’ll see upgrades to your tenant statements, tenant profiles, and more.
We look forward to seeing you around!
Providing housing for every man, woman, and child is the social and humanitarian goal, and thus, a government concern. Consider the following: [Government involvement = Regulation] and [Regulation = Risk for PM]; thus, according to the Transitive Property of…Property Management…Gov’t involvement equals risk to property managers. The Fair Housing Act protects the rights of those seeking homes, and it is this same legislation that provides the authority to punish those responsible for wrongdoings in the management of these properties.
I was just speaking with a property manager, and somehow we ended up having a lengthy discussion about the seemingly accelerated effect that technology has on business and life in general. Before dismissing this as “duh,” (for lack of a better term)…[re]consider a few specific words I included in this otherwise over-generalized statement: “…accelerated effect that technology has on business…”
This, in my mind, presents a dynamite topic of discussion, and after sharing my thoughts with a handful of clients, prospective clients, and colleagues…, I’ve realized that others recognize this topic’s relevancy, regardless of their independent opinions on subject.
These recent conversations have brought new depth to the issue… Some folks agree with my original thesis, others do not. Out of those who do agree, not all of them like these changes. Of those who do not like the effect of new technology on business, some believe that the problems created can and will be fixed in time with further innovation. And so on…and so forth.
Read on for our conversation and further analysis…