Solving Bad Reviews Forever
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STOP BAD INTERNET REVIEWS FOREVER with this Dispute Resolution and Non-Disparaging Agreement.
Tenants stayed in our homes for years and became our friends UNTIL THEY MOVED OUT AND WERE CHARGED FOR DAMAGES. Then they turned to their keyboard and smashed us on Google, Yelp, the BBB and every other complaint-friendly site that gave them a voice and BASHING THEIR MANAGER became their passion.
Our Property Visit Story
How to make property visits a new source of revenue
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This is the part of our site where all the products, resources, videos, forms, manuals, handbooks, customized management agreements and leases, money-making ideas, CYA protections, checklists, service animal/comfort pet training and all you’ll ever need to run a safe and profitable management business.
NARPM Creating a Referral Business by Jim Roman
"When we started with our consulting arrangement with Robert we didn't quite know where it would go. Right off the block he introduced us to just ONE new revenue stream that will generate at least another $400,000 in the next five years.
View Our Expanding Line of Products
This is the part of our site where all the products, resources, videos, forms, manuals, handbooks, customized management agreements and leases, money-making ideas, CYA protections, checklists, service animal/comfort pet training and all you’ll ever need to run a safe and profitable management business. This is the “Mother Load”.
It will take us six to twelve months to get it all posted, and we’ll keep posting more as time goes on, but there will be more than you can digest before the end of the year.
NARPM Designations Explained by Brian Birdy
February 17th, 2018 in Cary, NC
Built to Grow Lesson # 1
How to structure your business to grow without crashing.
Everyone naturally builds their management processes to handle the number of properties they have today. Few realize that how they manage today, won’t work at double the size. What works at 50 MPH doesn’t work at 100 MPH.
Managing Pet Risk with John Bradford
January 18th, 2018 in Roswell @ NARPM Luncheon
How the Republican Tax Overhaul Benefits Landlords
Investors in single-family rental homes see the proposal as a potential boon to business. Just the prospect of the plan, which is still being negotiated on Capitol Hill, has more small investors rushing in.
Unlike owner-occupants, investors in single-family homes can write off all the expenses of owning and running a rental because the properties are considered a business.
Georgia's Lead-Based Paint Program, located in the Land Protection Branch of the Environmental Protection Division, is responsible for protecting human health and the environment from activities that disturb lead-based paint.
Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting
Georgia's Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rules became effective Dec. 9, 2010. Georgia's RRP rules parallel the federal RRP requirements, which are designed to minimize the spread of lead dust and debris during RRP activities at target housing and child-occupied facilities built before 1978.
When homebuilder Richard S. Jacobs spotted an unflattering online review of his metro Atlanta home-building firm, he first tried to have it removed, according to Gwinnett County court papers.
After Kudzu.com, an online review site owned by Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, rebuffed him and refused to reveal the identity of the anonymous reviewer, Jacobs began sleuthing online for his critic.
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- More U.S. households are headed by renters than at any point since at least 1965.
- However, the top renter regret is not buying.
More people are renting than at any other point in the past 50 years.
In 2016, 36.6 percent of household heads rented their home, close to the 1965 number of 37 percent, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center based on data from the Census Bureau.
Diana Alton’s living room table is stacked high with Santa Claus figurines and other Christmas decorations, but until about three years ago the holidays were no cause for her to celebrate.
That’s when her doctor told her to get a dog for emotional support. Alton, 65, still can’t work, but Scrappee Anne, her miniature schnauzer, makes it possible for her to socialize and cope with the anxieties of clinical depression and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Millions of consumers will wake up to a higher credit score this month, (as much as a 10 to 40 points improvement) through no fault of their own. Beginning in July, Equifax, Experian and TransUnion will no longer report public records on most civil judgments, such as evictions, money owed because of a lawsuit as well as many unpaid state and federal tax liens.
This complaint was related to familial status - or it was related to a Condo's covenants relative to fair housing law. In short, fair housing law trumps covenants.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced that it is charging an Atlanta condominium association, a local real estate company, and its agent with housing discrimination for refusing to sell to families with children.