Beware of fake rental listings; Rent increases to come for regulated NYC apartments; Seattle landlords forced to provide voter-registration info; 5 tips for attracting great tenants; And, How to solve the 5 most common property management dilemmas.
The Boston Globe warns of fake listings being posted on online rental sites, particularly craigslist.
The NYC Rent Guidelines Board is receiving a lot of backlash after recently approving a rent increase for regulated apartments. The New York Times reports on the latest.
A recently new law is requiring Seattle landlords to provide voter-registration info to their new tenants.
BiggerPockets provides 5 tips for attracting the most ideal tenants.
Every property manager faces a handful of problems throughout their career. Unicom Teleservices reveals the top 5 most common property management dilemmas and tips for solving them.
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