As a property manager it’s inevitable that you’ll be involved in the upkeep of your property’s asphalt or concrete surfaces at some point. Cracks or potholes in the parking lot obviously make a big difference in how your property is perceived.
Everyone knows that signs are a “must-have“ for any business. This is especially true in apartment communities where a sign may be the first impression a potential resident may have when looking for their new home. Signs go much further than just your first point of contact though; signs are vital to providing an orderly environment.
Cheer up! The Texas summer is coming to close and that means we can finally welcome Autumn. Aside from being a needed reprieve from the oppressive summer heat, fall happens to also be the perfect time to care for your community’s roofing needs.
A guide to hiring a paint expert for you apartment community.
Minimizing risk is essential in today’s environment. Because crime can occur on any property, it’s important to be prepared to handle any threat. Partnering with a qualified security patrol or guard service can go a long way toward offering peace of mind to residents, managers and owners alike.
It’s summertime and the water looks inviting! With Texas temperatures heating up, many of your residents will be looking for a place to cool down. Now, more than ever, is the time to make sure your community’s pool and decking are in great shape.
It’s important to understand that the highest levels of curb appeal are almost exclusively reserved for those who utilize the best landscapers available. Here’s a short list of what to look for in a landscaper as well as advantages that come with working with a professional landscaping service.
The parking lot can be easy to overlook when considering the presentation of your property. Oftentimes managers will go to great lengths to ensure things like landscaping and paint are well maintained, but they should also take care to keep their parking lots from falling into disrepair. Curb appeal is among the first concerns when attempting to present your property in the best light.
Our government officials have made the announcement that we’ve allbeen waiting for—start preparing to reopen your businesses! However, knowingthat COVID-19 is still spreading, what is a business owner supposed to do inorder to reopen safely? Here are some good tips that might spark some ideas foryour Grand Reopening Game Plan.
You never know who’s going to walk through the front door when you work in a leasing office. In this case, a couple looking for a new place to call home, had a slight difference of opinion on which floor plan they’d need for their growing family. I love how the leasing director helped take some of the tension out of what could have otherwise been a stressful situation.
A true story from a property manager about a motor home, an unlawful resident, and a strange relationship.
A property manager learns the hard way that it's best to be very specific when it comes to defining your pet policy!