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Search engine optimization is one of the things we're passionate about, and periodically we like to do a deep dive and get a handle on what is happening in related industries. Recently we ran across Andrew Shotlands's post "IYP SEO Rankings Report 2009" ranking the different internet yellow pages...
06/04/2010
This is a follow up to our survey of almost 3,000 reviews of property management companies on Yelp and Yahoo Local. Why is it that management companies seem to get such a bad rap in online reviews? It would be easy to dismiss these review sites as being platforms for libel by disgruntled people w...
05/26/2010
*The above word clouds are comprised of actual words and phrases from the 3,000 reviews we surveyed. In my last article we covered some of the results from our survey of almost 3,000 reviews of property management companies on Yelp and Yahoo Local (read it first). We found that while there was a...
05/25/2010
Over the last five years customer rating and reviews sites have exploded onto the scene as a major force in the buying and decision making process for consumers. From sites built around reviews like Yelp, to internet yellow pages (IYP's) which have incorporated them as an important feature, onlin...
05/07/2010
Make sure to read my introduction to this series on management contracts In continuation from our last article, here are more items to pay attention to in the property management contracts you review: Liability and Indemnification All contracts will have a section that addresses what the manageme...
02/19/2010
Make sure to read my introduction to this series on management contracts In continuation from our last article, here are more items to pay attention to in the property management contracts you review: Term (AKA "Duration of agreement", "Retainer period") Most management companies require a 1-2 ye...
02/18/2010
Make sure to read my introduction to this series on management contracts While contracts can range in size from 3-10 pages, 5-6 is average. Some are comprehensive, while others are very basic. While we can't tell you what exactly what the agreements you see will look like, there is a good bet the...
02/17/2010
Note: This is designed to be a helpful overview of property management contracts, but keep in mind that I am not a lawyer and this does not constitute legal advice. The contract you sign with a property management company should not be viewed as a mere formality, but rather the sole determiner of...
02/17/2010
Make sure you also read Examining the Organization - Background, Qualifications, Portfolio. The service you receive will only be as good as the people doing the work. This step is critical in ensuring you hire honest, knowledgeable professionals who will be attentive to your needs and the needs o...
02/16/2010
The service you receive will only be as good as the people doing the work. This step is critical in ensuring you hire honest, knowledgeable professionals who will be attentive to your needs and the needs of your tenants. Here's a list of issues to review and questions to ask the property manageme...
02/12/2010
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