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Friday, December 3, 2021

What Are the Best Materials to Use for Bathroom Floors?
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The most important thing to consider when choosing materials for a bathroom floor is how well it can withstand wear and tear. Unlike other parts of a home where appearance can be the primary reason for choosing a particular material, performance should be the number one priority for selecting bathroom floors. Bathroom floors regularly get...

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Five Must-Know Steps to Renovating a Multifamily Apartment Property
Property Management Blog
When looking for a property to invest in, the goal is often the same - find an underperforming property and renovate it to bring it back to life. Successfully renovating a multifamily apartment property successfully takes good planning and flexibility. The main goal is to maximize the rent dollars the property will eventually bring in. He...

Friday, November 26, 2021

Top Trends in Bathroom Paint Colors in 2021
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White bathrooms are classic yet safe choices for any home. Although you can never go wrong with a bright white bathroom, it might start getting boring after a while. A splash of color or a boldly painted wall can break up the monotony and liven up the space. Because a bathroom is often among the smaller rooms of a home, it’s a great...

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

The Harsh Consequences of Oregon's Rental Crisis
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When it comes to the rental crisis in Oregon, there are many perspectives. Landlords may argue that eviction moratoriums are hurting their business and preventing them from fixing up properties for new tenants.Tenants may argue that these laws protect them from unfair rent increases or no-cause evictions. What is clear is that every persp...

Friday, November 19, 2021

How to Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Spacious
Property Management Blog
If you live in an apartment or a smaller house, your kitchen is most likely smaller than you would like. Sometimes, even if your kitchen is already a good size, it can still feel tight and cramped. Fortunately, there are techniques to make your kitchen feel more spacious without having to do major renovations.1. Lighten up your kitchen ca...

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

How Remote Work Has Affected Rental Rates
Property Management Blog
According to a recent analysis by Yardi Matrix, people working from home, also known as remote work, impacted rental rates. Rental growth was slower in areas where most people were given the option or were ordered to work remotely. The same analysis also showed that the ability to work from home correlates with higher education. Having a ...

Friday, November 12, 2021

Why Choose a Frameless Shower Door for Your Bathroom Remodel?
Property Management Blog
One of the best parts of doing a remodel is designing the look and feel of the space you’re renovating. This is the fun part when you can make your imagination and creativity run free, budget permitting. When remodeling a bathroom, one decision that homeowners need to make is choosing between a frameless shower door or a traditional...

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

A Look at the Average Renter
Property Management Blog
Zillow has recently released the Consumer Housing Trends Report (CHTR) that takes a closer look at renters who moved in the past year. They looked at the demographics of the average renter, such as age, location, and civil status. The report paints a picture of what renters are thinking and doing in mid-2021.The report found that even if ...

Friday, November 5, 2021

A Color Guide for Kitchen Cabinets
Property Management Blog
The kitchen is often considered the heart of the home. This is where family and friends usually gather, and it’s probably one of the most-used areas of any home. If you’re planning to remodel and re-paint your kitchen cabinets, it can be overwhelming to decide what colors to use. Do you go with something fun and bright? Modern...

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Built-to-Rent Suburbs Might be the Next Big Thing in Real Estate
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Most people associate the suburbs with starter families buying their first home or older couples whose kids are all grown up and have moved out. In the past, these assumptions would have been undoubtedly true. However, a new trend in real estate is slowly but surely emerging. These are entire subdivisions designed and built specifically f...

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