Login
 

Blog

Are you feeling low about seasonal rentals? No matter whether it's your historic low season or the busiest time of the year it's time to focus on strong marketing messages that help make your vacation tenants feel at home. Whether you have a vacation property in an area that experiences a lot of rentals in the summer or you rent out a property in a winter vacation destination, you need to find ways to welcome visitors all year round. Consider how to market your property through every season by creating an atmosphere that starts when prospective visitors read your rental listing.

Seattle may be the rainy city, but the future is bright when it comes to Seattle rentals. In the last few years, "more and more people are coming here as Seattle’s job base expands, and newbies are likely to rent," according to the Seattle Times. With few homes to buy and a lot of interest in the homes that are available, Seattle's rental market has been fierce, and rental prices have risen quickly. This has placed landlords in an excellent position. With predicted interest rate hikes, how will Seattle's rental market adjust?

You have properties to lease and marketing to do. Your repair bills are constant, and now you need to coordinate snow removal as well. Sometimes, you feel overwhelmed with all of the intricacies of owning real estate. Managing property is not easy, and if at times you want to throw your hands in the air and give up, it's time to get help.

Are you a professional juggler? If you're managing commercial real estate, you certainly are: when you're working with tenants in multiple commercial properties, you need to find a way to make all of the pieces come together to ensure business success. Here's how to face some of the unique challenges of commercial real estate management.

Apartment management can feel like you’re in the rodeo. It’s a decidedly up and down job. As soon as you solve one problem, another one throws you up in the air. How can you solve your apartment management problems and have a smoother ride? These six tips can help simplify your property management.