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The Best Way to Prevent Package Theft at Your Multifamily Property

Package theft is a universal concern for apartment residents. As a property manager, it’s your responsibility to implement an effective package management solution to avoid reports of theft and keep your residents’ packages safe. Continue reading to educate yourself on what you can do to fight package theft – we’ll walk you through the best package theft solutions for multifamily buildings.

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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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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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The Best Way to Protect Your Property with Garage Security Systems

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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The Best Way to Handle Noise Complaints at Your Multifamily Property

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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The Top 4 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: 4 Things Every Renter Needs to Know

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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Whose Job Is It? Providing A/C for Renters at Multifamily Properties

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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Carpet vs. Vinyl: Which is Better for a Multifamily Property?

What’s on your floors: carpet or vinyl? And which is better? The answer isn’t as easy as you might think, even as carpet has seemed to decline in popularity. Both options have their advantages and disadvantages, and either might be better for you and your properties. If you’re installing or replacing flooring, it’s up to you to decide which way to go — and we’re here to help you do it! Check out our list of factors to consider when making your decision.

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The Top 4 Ways to Prepare for the Summer Leasing Season

Summer is almost here, and that means hot weather, fun times, and…leasing? It may not be the first thing that comes to mind for most people but summer is the heart of leasing season. According to U.S. News & World Report, most renters who move in any given year do so between the months of May and September.

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The 5 Most Common Roofing Problems to Prepare for in the Spring

Spring is the perfect time to take stock of the roofing situation at your properties. You’re out of the depths of winter and ready to do more of the outdoor work that roofing often requires. When you’re looking at your roof, though, what exactly should you be looking for? Here are a few of the most common types of roofing problems to be on the lookout for this spring and summer:

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