Our Property Visit Story

Our Property Visit Story

How to make property visits a new source of revenue

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NARPM Designations Explained by Brian Birdy

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.

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Managing Pet Risk with John Bradford of Pet Screening at NARPM Luncheon in Atlanta January 18th 2018

Managing Pet Risk with John Bradford

January 18th, 2018 in Roswell @ NARPM Luncheon

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Matt Manaker, Charleston Home Rentals LLC, Charleston SC.

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NARPM Managing Pet Risk January 18th 11:30-1:15 Roswell, GA with John Bradford

NARPM Atlanta January Meeting and Luncheon John Bradford Managing Pet Risk Training Property Managers

This presentation offers insight into the business risks associated with household pets as well as service/companion animals. The presentation covers federal guidelines from HUD, ADA, HIPAA and more. 

Some of the questions that will be answered are:

John Bradford

  • What are the risks with renting to tenants with pets?
  • How can you mitigate pet risk(s)?
  • What is a service animal (ADA)?
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How to Avoid Document Creep

This Month’s Training:

Question: How Do You Avoid Document Creep?
Managers too often make the mistake of loading up so much junk in their PMA's they end up with a 10 page document (with type size 8 to make it all fit). Prospective owner's croak on the overload. Our PMA has been 5 pages for the last 25 years.
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