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Phone Lines and Your Fire Alarm System

By  Brian Arenofsky Traditionally a fire alarm system in a commercial building that required monitoring at a central station required 2 telephone lines, one of which had to be dedicated to the fire alarm system only.  The second line which was for redundancy could be a shared house line or fax line. As traditional copper […]

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News & Views June/July 2017

Features Property Management Leadership Requires Timely Information Phone Lines and Your Fire Alarm System Can I Buy First and Sell Later in a Like Kind Exhange? Ground Fault Protection Columns President’s Message Tax Corner Spotlight SuperStars Please follow and like us:

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The Keys to Successful Tenant Screening

By Jamie Borodin Property management rentals can be a lucrative investment, but return on investment is put at risk when you rent to the wrong applicant – one that won’t pay the rent or who may pose a safety risk to you or the neighbors living around your property.  Effective applicant screening is the key […]

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News & Views May 2017

Features Landlord Charged After Fatal Fire How Often Should You Change Your Air Filter? The Keys To Successful Tenant Screening A Balancing Act: It’s A Zoo Out There   Columns President’s Message Tax Corner SuperStars   Please follow and like us:

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News & Views April 2017

Features To Tow…Or Not To Tow? Security Deposits Too Much of A Good Thing? Walter R. Cohn, Esq. Memorial EXPO Exhibitor’s List Columns President’s Message Meeting Notice Tax Corner SuperStars Please follow and like us:

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News & Views February 2017

Features LLC Ownership of Rental Properties A Commercial Lease at the End of the Term Becomes a Month to Month Lease Unless a New Lease is Signed Winter Season Safety Tips Nine Tips When You Visit Your Rental HUD and Census Bureau Report New Residential Sales EXPO Registration Columns President’s Message Meeting Notice Tax Corner […]

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Don’t Let Bed Bugs Bite Your Property

By Shannon Sked, Western Pest Services Property managers of multifamily communities across the country are always threatened by a variety of pest problems. One of the most significant (in terms of cost and difficulty to remediate) pest threats is bed bugs. Bed bugs rapidly resurged in the last decade; taking up residence in properties like […]

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News & Views December 2016

Features Creating Cost Effective Advertising Don’t Let Bed Bugs Bite Your Property Trick Bad Tenants Use To Get A Landlord To Rent To Them The New FLSA Overtime Rule Suspended Management Tips EXPO Registration Columns President’s Message New Members Meeting Notice Tax Corner SuperStar Recognition Advertisers Index Please follow and like us:

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News & Views November 2016

Features Networking Holiday Party & Toy Drive The Leasehold Survivorship Rights Of the “Functional Co-Tenant” Broker Price Option Explained Creating Cost Effective Advertising Duties of Owners Of Multiple Dwellings EXPO Registration Columns President’s Message Legal Corner Tax Corner SuperStar Recognition Advertisers Index Please follow and like us:

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