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Love Thy Neighbor: Why you need an online community for residents

I live in a funky old house subdivided into six apartment units and I’ve lived there for almost three years. I live in a college town, so the other units see a lot of turnover and every time I see a moving truck in the driveway, I sniff around outside waiting to meet my new neighbor. Many of these people are unaccustomed to an easy display of neighborly kindness, and look horrified from the...

Is Your Landlord Blog Content Conveying the Wrong Message?

I am a professional blogger. This means, I write for all sorts of vectors. I am well versed in branding and marketing. Branding is something that I believe is a very important business move, and it’s something that is universal. You are your brand, when you run a business and the image you present is important. This is something that can help to foster a great deal of trust in you as a business...

Keep up with the Latest RentPost News

Over the past month, we’ve pushed out a series of updates, important things that have been requested and needed for the continual progression of any great software product.  We released 2 big features, and series of more fine tuned updates, like the way we handle end of lease system automated services, our settings system and owner distribution controls.  These are all great things that...

RentPost on Twitter

We just wanted to let all of you know, that we have officially setup our Twitter account.  We’ll be posting up updates, events, and RentPost related news there, so be sure to add us and stay up to date. Also, if you often tweet about Property Management topics and events, we would love to follow you and hear what you have to say.  Just post up a comment to this article with your Twitter...

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