Residents’ environmental concerns are prompting property managers to adopt eco-friendly practices. Pressure […]
One of the most important responsibilities of property managers and HOAs is choosing vendors to perform maintenance and upkeep. Make the wrong choice and everyone pays the price.
Given that people generally prefer to do business with experts they can trust, blogging can be a very effective long-term strategy for generating leads.
You want property managers and HOAs to know about your business, but you’re the new kid on the block. Or, you’re just not all that well known.
Do your due diligence as a residential community manager by going through this list of the top 10 qualities to look for in your vendors
Finding the right vendors is crucial for property managers and HOA board members alike.
While it may seem reasonable, asking vendors and contractors to reimburse your vetting expenses can make HOA boards and their management companies vulnerable.
Vendors who fail to adapt their marketing to the millennials taking over the property management industry are passing up a once-in-a-generation opportunity. Here are some tips on how to connect.
Customer reviews represent the digitalization of word-of-mouth recommendations, and as such they present small business with a powerful brand building and marketing tool.
Property managers don’t have to be expert builders, but they do have to know how to hire them. Because when things go wrong on a big construction project, it reflects just as poorly on the property manager as the contractor they hired