What to Do in a Power Outage – Landlord Edition
It may require more than a flashlight for your tenants to make it through a power outage safely. Landlords, here's what to do in a power outage as told by a team member and [...]
Getting Smart about your Canine Liability Exposure
While it is rare for a landlord to be held liable for injury caused by their tenant’s dog, that doesn’t stop the injured party from pulling the landlord into a suit, and there are some [...]
Is Hiring Licensed and Insured Contractors Too Costly?
Unless you are enthusiastic about losing sleep and money, anyone you hire to do work on your property needs to be appropriately licensed and insured. Many investors worry that contractors will cost dramatically more if [...]
Information About Burst Pipes at Your Properties
Even if you own properties in states not as prone to subzero temperatures during the winter, it is important to anticipate an increase in incidents related to burst pipes. Here we've compiled some helpful [...]
Life-Saving Tools and Methods to Protect Your Tenants from a Fire
Aside from regular inspections, alarms, fire suppression tools and emergency planning are crucial components in ensuring the safety of your tenants from a fire. They are in-fact, life-saving tools and strategies that can cut potential [...]
Barbecues and Things That Go Boom!
There’s really nothing more American than barbecue and Independence Day. And even though our celebrations may look a little different this year thanks to COVID-19, there are sure to be plenty of people celebrating the [...]