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TWiRP- Apr 25, 2015

This week in rental property a shortage of rentals in Brevard North Carolina has led The United Way of Transylvania County to begin a “tiny house initiative”. Next, Airbnb makes the headlines yet again as opposition from Santa Ynez Valley government in California is less than happy about the single-family zoned areas being used as vacation rentals.Are your property taxes high? Time...

Social Media Was Made For Business

It’s not a stretch to say that social media has radically changed how we communicate. With the click of a mouse or the tap of a touchscreen, we can reach, convey ideas, and share information to so many people at once. For some people, mediums such as Facebook and Twitter are preferred methods of communication over even phone calls and email. Being able to tweet a status or post a video may...

How to Market an Older Property (Psst, I think you mean historic home)

I live in an apartment in a subdivided house that was built in 1902. When I went to view the property I noticed right away that the building had seen some better days, but I was excited nonetheless. I grew up in a series of ramshackle farmhouses and my grandma’s own lovingly restored older house, so a unit in a building that’s obviously old makes me feel right at home. The leasing agent who...

6 Tips for Showing a Rental Unit…Written by a Tenant

During my early twenties I moved five times in four years. My reasons for moving varied, but one part of relocating always stayed the same; touring rental units. For every move I made, I looked at 5-10 units each time, always in search of the perfect place to call home. There are a few key things a leasing agent can do before showing a unit that make prospective residents like myself much more...

Four More Property Promotion Tips

From Craigslist to Youtube, property managers now have more ways than ever to promote their vacancies. If you’ve been wondering how to better get the word out, or maybe just looking for some new ways to promote- odds are you’ve got all the free tools you need. Here are four more great tips for getting those units rented:

Property Management Marketing

We’ve talked a little bit about how to list your properties, and there are a few things that you can do to make things even better. One such thing is to create a map that highlights local attractions. If you look at most rental listings, people have no problem with pointing out the close proximity of their properties to different shopping, schools, restaurants and other things that would appeal...

Three Great Apartment Search Tools

In the good ol’ days, whatever they were, it used to be you had to look at listings in the back of a newspaper or drive around searching for signs just like the one above to find a good apartment. If you wanted to move a great distance, this complicated matters as you had to investigate properties sight unseen. This is no longer the case, and we’ve got the 3 best apartment search tools for...

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