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Resident Benefits Package: Why You Should Have One

Back in the day, resident benefits packages were offered to those who lived in luxury properties. Fast forward to today, and now all types of rental properties offer benefits packages because it’s become a part of the resident experience. They can cover just about everything! Think about how amazing your residents would feel with benefit options like air and water filter delivery, 24-hour concierge services, and emergency repairs.

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Curb Appeal: The Best Ways to Make Your Property Attractive

We understand as a property manager you can get very busy focusing on maintenance and amenities, which leaves the overall look of your property forgotten about. However, one of the top marketing strategies for property managers is upgrading your curb appeal. Here are a few details on curb appeal and the best ways to give your property a mini-makeover before posting your new listing.

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How To Child-Proof Your Multifamily Building

Whether you’re a parent or not, the most important thing is to keep children safe. It’s especially essential to prospects that have families, and to you as a property manager. It’s against the law to discriminate against families with children, so you must assume they’ll be living at your property at some point (if they’re not already). Either way, it’s crucial that you follow child-proofing methods to prevent an accident where you might be held accountable.

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Real Estate Photography For Multifamily Marketing

Progressively more renters are apartment hunting online, so having high-quality photography is a major key to the success for your rental property marketing. The perfect photo will grab the attention of potential residents and visually present your property in a way that goes beyond words. This blog post will capture the significance of real estate photography while sharing tips for taking amazing photos that will entice prospective residents to look no further than your property.

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Managing Food Deliveries: A Simple Guide

The food delivery business has been booming since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. As a result, the convenience of having weekly groceries and restaurant food brought to their home has become a staple in the lives of renters and residents.

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Feather for Your Residents

Our goal is to provide all the solutions and tools necessary for property managers to provide their residents with the ultimate living experience. That’s why ManageGo has launched a partnership with Feather for property managers to offer their residents a flexible, sustainable way of furnishing their space beautifully.

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Social Media Marketing For Property Managers

Let’s face it, property managers are busy with multiple responsibilities to juggle, so you might neglect the idea of putting time into social media like Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter — but you’re missing out on the chance to market your property and find new residents through a highly powerful and cost-effective tool.

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The Top 5 Work From Home Amenities For Residents

A majority of businesses and organizations give their employees the option to work from home. Now many people can work from anywhere, so as their property manager, it’s your responsibility to accommodate their needs. Remote work is here to stay, so not making the necessary changes or adjustments might cause you to lose residents, both existing and potential. By reading this post, you’ll be able to reevaluate your property and ask yourself, “Does my rental property need an upgrade?

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Garage Security Systems For Your Property

You want your residents and their assets to be protected, right? Are you, as a property manager, taking steps to provide that protection in your garage areas? If not, it’s okay! Read this post to educate yourself on the basics of garage security systems and learn why your rental property needs one. By the time you finish reading, you’ll have plenty of information to get you started!

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Handling Noise Complaints

Noise complaints are common property manager issues that you probably have to deal with sometimes, but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to handle. Excessive commotion and noise within your building can be very disruptive to your residents, who have the right to live in peace and quiet at reasonable times. Additionally, if your lease agreement contains a clause regarding noise, then it could be a breach of contract.

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Top Pet Amenities For Dog-Friendly Apartments

Being a pet owner is a huge responsibility, and living in an apartment building can make things more difficult. Usually, dog owners look for amenities that will accommodate them and their pup. This guide will walk you through the top pet amenities for dog-friendly apartments. Let’s get started!

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Renters Insurance 101 For Your Residents

A majority of your residents don’t have renters insurance because they don’t see the necessity. They feel like they don’t own anything that is worth a lot of money, so they opt out of paying renters insurance monthly to protect their “cheap” furniture and other items. Even if your residents don’t own anything that’s worth much, if they add up the cost of everything they own — clothing, television, furniture, and so much more — it really adds up.

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Air Conditioning: The Guide to Landlord & Tenant Rights & Responsibilities

Air conditioning is often a point of contention between renters and property managers, and with the hottest months of the year nearly here, we’re heading into prime time for A/C-related disagreements to arise. So what rights and responsibilities do renters have when it comes to air conditioning? Do property managers have responsibilities here? Here’s our quick guide to how to handle the air conditioning issue:

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