The end of Daylight-Saving Time is coming, which means re-setting our clocks and “falling back.” (One more glorious hour of sleep!) As the daylight hours begin to wane, the types of risk your property faces also change. The quality of … Read More
Thanksgiving is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment. For a holiday everyone can enjoy and throughout the year, remind your tenants to follow these ten safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association.
September 23rd marked the first day of fall and our thoughts start to turn toward cooler weather as our minds race about all the things we accomplished this summer and maybe a few plans that got missed. At NREIG we … Read More
Fall is the seasonal icon of change with its glorious color shifts. However, burst pipes or a fallen tree could cause a serious interruption to family time and create a sudden financial burden as you head into the holidays. Some … Read More
Rentals can be a great source of income, but if they aren’t managed well, tenants can significantly damage the physical asset or someone could be injured. Thankfully, through prudent planning and follow-through, you can mitigate your risk. How do you … Read More
More property fires occur in December, January, and February than at any other time of the year, says the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). Fires are among the costliest losses we see to investment properties and in the top five … Read More