Property Management, Tenant Selection, Real Estate News & Tips

Tag: holiday

How to Protect Your Security Deposit This Holiday Season

By on November 20, 2017 in Education with 1 Comment
How to Protect Your Security Deposit This Holiday Season

The holiday season is right before us. Full of hectic charm and warm wishes, it can be easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of family gatherings, school plays, and office parties. In the excitement of preparing for the holiday fun, many renters unintentionally ignore the terms of their lease agreement. This can not […]

Continue Reading »

10 Uniquely Fun Holiday Party Ideas (Your Residents Will Actually Attend)

By on December 19, 2016 in Education with 0 Comments
10 Uniquely Fun Holiday Party Ideas (Your Residents Will Actually Attend)

The holiday party is a subject of joy or chagrin depending on whether you’re the attendee or the planner. If the thought of throwing a holiday party before Christmas has you feeling more stress than holiday cheer, consider waiting until the hustle-and-bustle dies down, and throw a party in January to ring in the new […]

Continue Reading »

Could Your Holiday Plans Cost You Your Security Deposit?

By on December 14, 2016 in Education with 0 Comments
Could Your Holiday Plans Cost You Your Security Deposit?

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is nearly unavoidable, and it’s on its way sooner than you think. With time flying as fast as it is, don’t let your holiday plans cost you your security deposit (or worse, cause an eviction). In the excitement of holiday prep, it’s easy to unintentionally ignore the […]

Continue Reading »

Renter-Friendly Holiday Decorating Ideas

By on November 28, 2016 in Education with 0 Comments
Renter-Friendly Holiday Decorating Ideas

The holidays are a festive and wonderful time with friends, family and great food. If you are a renter though, it is sometimes difficult to fully get into the holiday spirit when your lease restrictions put a huge damper on your cheerful decor ideas. However, a no damage policy doesn’t have to stand in the […]

Continue Reading »

Top