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Help Is Just A Phone Call Away - When To Call Your Property Manager

If you have just rented a home, you may wonder when a call to the property management service, such as Foreside Real Estate Management, is a good idea instead of taking matters into your own hands. A property manager will foresee many aspects regarding your rental, and there are many instances when a simple phone call to them will take care of a problem you are experiencing within your home. Here are some of the times a property manager can come to your aid. Read More 

Handling Repair Requests In Luxury Apartments

Leasing a luxury apartment does come with its perks, but some of those perks can cause a few more issues that management needs to tend to. What do you do if you have problems with the apartment that needs repair? If things are handled properly, your management personnel can make the necessary repairs quickly and efficiently. If they don't, you have good standings to break the lease early and hold the management team accountable for your inconvenience. Read More 

3 Tips For Improving Your House Appeal To A Potential Buyer

If you are trying to sell your house, you might be wondering what you can do to get the most out of it. You may see people around you selling their property for more than it is worth, and others selling for far less than it is worth. What makes the difference? Of course, there are many factors that go into how much people will pay for a house, but there are some things that you can do to improve your home's appeal to a potential buyer. Read More 

Tips To Security Risks At Your Business

Securing your business can sometimes be a complicated affair. Unless your business is open 24/7, there are moments in which no one is on-site. Here are some ways you can ensure the security of your property and products.  Limit Key Distribution Unless you are physically available to open the doors at your business each time your employees need access, you will need to give someone you trust a key. However, you should try to limit the number of keys that are in circulation. Read More 

Foster A Sense Of Community Among Residents With A Furniture Exchange Program

As a property manager, it is to your advantage to ensure your residents are engaged with one another and their surroundings. If your residents form friendships and develop a sense of community, they'll be happier in their homes, and your property's reputation as an enjoyable place to live will grow. One way to create a greater sense of community among your residents is through a furniture exchange program, in which residents can swap or sell their unwanted furniture. Read More