February 2018

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    Security deposits tend to be one of the most contested issues between student renters and landlords, often stemming from a misunderstanding of what the tenant is required to do before moving out.Most landlords have firm expectations that renters must return the unit in pristine shape (minus normal wear and tear). If a rental unit is returned in an...
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    Student housing accommodations are sometimes limited in relation to space and personalization, especially when living with multiple roommates and many belongings. A student’s rental arrangement may or may not be long term; but it’s still important for it to feel like a home away from home!Here are some ways to get the maximum out of...
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    Guest post written by Jason Van Steenwyk for All Property Management.In recognition of Valentine’s Day on Wednesday, we thought it would be fitting to share more ways for landlords and property managers to show their tenants some love.A good tenant is worth their weight in gold. Much has been written about how to deal with inevitable problem...
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    Several years ago, the only social media platforms used for apartment marketing were Facebook and Twitter. They enabled apartment communities to engage and directly communicate with residents and prospective renters.A slew of new social media platforms have now grown in popularity: Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Vine (R.I.P), Snapchat,...