Author: Katie Emig

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having a significant effect on industries across the globe. One such sector is Property Management. With Public Health officials putting heavy importance on social distancing, Property Managers must now adjust how they conduct their day-to-day duties in order to align with guidance from Federal, State, and Local governments.  For the time being, Property Managers need to be flexible and get creative with ways to do their usual duties. Below are a few different tips to help Property Managers do […]

In June of 2019, New York state put into place new rent legislation known as the “Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019”, creating the most significant changes to Landlord-Tenant law in New York in almost a century. These new laws make difficult and expensive for landlords and property managers across the state to comply with its new regulations, further raising administrative costs and making it harder for low-income residents to obtain housing throughout the state.  One […]

ClickNotices was recently featured in an article by City Lab, a media company run by Bloomberg. The article, titled “Landlords Are Using Next-Generation Eviction Tech,” written by Kriston Capps, takes a deep dive into the importance of eviction technology in property management today.   The article begins by discussing the new laws that guarantee legal representation to tenants facing eviction. Specifically, New York passed a suite […]

Online reviews can either make or break your business! Potential residents almost always search for a property, company or building before considering moving in, and too many bad reviews could stop them from giving you any consideration. Even the best property managers are vulnerable to the occasional bad review. Sometimes, the review could be filled with false information and slander […]

The days of property managers writing out and sending late notices to their residents should be over!  Late rent payments are an unavoidable part of the rental business and one of the most difficult to manage. Delayed payments can affect your income, lower property value, and waste your valuable time as you work to chase down rent.  With help from a delinquency management software, you can supplement your personal efforts to collect and improve your […]

As a property manager, you are responsible for the safety of your residents. If you don’t take the proper care and someone on your property gets injured, you could very well be held liable.   Here are a few of the top landlord liability issues to watch out for and how to avoid them:   Injury due to Dangerous Conditions  A landlord is held […]

It’s time for the roundup of our favorite Property Management related blogs of last month.   This roundup features Property Management articles published on sites such as Rental Housing Journal and Forbes, and from writers, including Mildred Delgado, Ari Rastegar, and more.   1. 4 Difficult Hurdles in the Life of a Landlord (Rental Housing Journal) This article […]