Who Are Today’s Landlords?

Erica Christoffer Condominiums, Establishing Your Business, Multiple-Family Properties, Property Management, Rental Properties, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By Erica Christoffer

If you’re looking to get into property management, you’ll want to research your potential clients. And property owners who are considering becoming landlords will be looking for a real estate professional who’s familiar with their needs.

According to a recent survey of 2,000 landlords conducted by TransUnion, 44 percent are age 34 and under and 66 percent …

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9 Other Web Sites Besides Craigslist for Rentals

Blog Contributor Professional Development, Sales & Marketing, Technology & Social Media 5 Comments

By Marc Guzman Craigslist is a good resource for finding rentals and listing your rentals, but it is not the only source. This video gives you nine other popular Web sites for rentals. Thanks to Mashable for this great article.  I use Hotpads quite often, but the other sites mentioned are great too.  Below is a list of all the …

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My Top 5 Highlights of the NAR Annual Conference

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By Jessica Hickok, 2009 NAR Conference Blogger It’s Sunday, day 3 of the annual conference here in beautiful San Diego, and I can’t help but think I don’t want it to end…however, I’m really excited to get back to work! Every year that I have attended the NAR Annual Conference and Expo, I always find it to be a huge …

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Finding Income in the Downtime

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Working with Clients, YPN Events 4 Comments

By Jessica Hickok Although selling real estate can be a very lucrative career, there can be some downtime when listings are hard to move, ultimately casting a negative cloud over that whole lucrative career thing. That’s where residential property management can swoop in and save the day.  Property managers typically charge a monthly management fee, which is usually a percentage …