Archive for 2016

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Combatting Apartment Odors

Bad odors not only repel potential residents but attract pests like roaches, rats, and more. Apartment odors can be a deal breaker for multifamily communities. Keep your properties smelling fresh by knowing exactly how to eliminate odors and using the right […]

8 Things You Didn’t Know About LED Lighting

1. LED stands for light-emitting diode. Unlike conventional incandescent bulbs, LEDs do not have a filament that heats up to provide light. Instead, LED bulbs have a semiconductor that converts electricity into light more efficiently and with less heat. Because […]

Four Innovative Must-Have Products for Your Property

Interested in saving money, reducing maintenance time, lowering liabilities, and conserving resources at your property or facility? Here are four products that you should consider to improve efficiency and make your job easier. 1. Hot Start Showerhead from Niagara Conservation® Save […]

Benefits of a Pet Friendly Property

We all know people think of pets as children, and even though this often crosses into questionable territory (pet-strollers, anyone?), the reality is pets are very much an important part of the family unit. This bond runs so deep that […]

Common F-Tag and K-Tag Citations

Long-term care professionals know how important it is to comply with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) regulations and avoid K-Tag and F-Tag citations. If your facility receives Medicare and Medicaid funding, you must correct any deficiencies or risk losing […]

Contesting Your REAC Score

If you disagree with REAC’s physical assessment, you may request a review. There are two different processes available to appeal a physical inspection score: a technical review and a database adjustment. Technical Review According to HUD, you may request a […]

Things You Need to Know Before Your REAC Inspection

Providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing for low income residents is one of the primary goals of public housing operators. If you work for a public housing authority or own a property that is required by the U.S. Department of […]

How to Encourage Timely Rent Payments

One of the most challenging aspects of managing a rental property is ensuring rent is paid on time. Although this is an inevitable part of multifamily Property Management, there are some steps you can take to make these situations easier […]

8 Tips for a Successful and Profitable Renovation

Renovations create better living spaces, improve community amenities, and raise the overall value of your property. They’re also necessary if you want to stay competitive and continue to attract and maintain residents. However, taking on a renovation project is no […]