1. Turnover Rates
  2. Late Rent Payments
  3. Evictions Time
  4. Eviction Costs
  5. Maintenance Staff Costs
  6. Turnover Time
  7. Operational Staff Costs
  8. Net Vacancy Time
  9. Marketing Costs
  10. Communications Costs

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Sarah Stewart, Director, Marketing and Leasing, Greenwin Inc.

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  • July 2015
  • mobile worker

    As productivity becomes tantamount with mobility, it won’t be long before property management companies rethink the way they work and leverage mobile and cloud-based technology. According to IDC senior analyst, Emily Taylor, “The majority of Canadians are mobile workers in some capacity, and we expect the number of mobile workers to total about 14.0 million […]

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  • capex

    The physical condition of an income property (multi-residential or otherwise) is one of the most important factors of operating performance and, ultimately, market value. When considering a capital expenditure, real estate owners must have a plan in place to maximize the return or support a rebranding strategy for the property.   Defining CapEx & OpEx […]

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  • preventive_maintenance

    Property management companies are tasked with the responsibility to, at the least, maintain the value of the property, and ideally, improve the value. All while keeping costs under control. A preventative maintenance plan delivers a solid rate of return in risk mitigation, resident satisfaction and asset protection. Unfortunately, multi-family housing presents a unique challenge due […]

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  • repairs-and-maintenance

    When it comes to maintenance requests, sometimes the words “work order” and “purchase order” are used interchangeably. Yet, they have two distinct meanings. And, keeping on top of all the work orders and matching them with purchase orders can be an exercise in paper futility. Let’s take the example of a leak in a resident’s […]

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  • cracked-window

    The Google review said, “My bedroom window is cracked and I asked them to fix it two weeks ago. The repair guy came and took a look at it and hasn’t been back since. I’m moving. The property manager does nothing.” And, with that Susan crossed the apartment listing off her list of housing candidates […]

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  • June 2015
  • time for property management

    Two of the most time-intensive jobs for a property manager are showing the rental unit to the prospective resident and conducting move-out inspections with tenants who are leaving. But what if you could significantly save yourself some time on both of these tasks? How would that make your managers more productive? By cutting out paperwork, […]

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  • Blank Check

    When’s the last time you wrote a cheque? Probably not recently or very often. Whether you realize it or not, the cheque (check to our American friends) has one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel. For the past 20 years, cheque use has been dramatically falling in most countries, with […]

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  • cloud computing

    Property management firms and REITs are continually faced with the challenge of reducing costs while increasing profits – all without affecting the customer experience. Add to this the fact that the managing properties is becoming increasingly complex, with increased expectations from the residents, and it’s no wonder that landlords are feeling stressed trying to keep […]

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  • Time for Change clock

    Have you heard of Uber? If not, or even if you have, see why its disruptive model acts as a cautionary tale for property managers. The taxi industry is currently going through a remarkably fast-paced example of how technology can topple the status quo. Uber is a “peer to peer” ride-sharing company. Its smartphone app […]

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  • May 2015
  • renters-insurance

    It’s a hard fact of the property management business: Too few renters buy insurance. Most renters underestimate the value of their personal property. They may mistakenly assume that, because their possessions aren’t valuable or their furniture is secondhand, they don’t need coverage. But in the unfortunate event of a grease fire in the stovetop or […]

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