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The pandemic this year has presented the multifamily industry with unprecedented challenges. The effects of these challenges have forced the industry to pivot to meet resident and prospect needs quickly. Despite the challenges the pandemic has brought to property managers, it has also created possibilities for them to rethink their resident retention strategies and communicate creatively.  What primary trends in 2021…

The Governor of Florida’s Executive Order regarding evictions has officially expired. The CDC’s Agency Order limiting evictions for non-payment of rent is in effect until December 31, 2020, however, this Order does not apply to all evictions in Florida. Unless matters change, currently the CDC Agency Order only protects residential tenants from being evicted for…

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered everyone’s lives, causing nearly every industry to adapt to a new normal. The rental industry has been no exception.  As a response to the nation’s climbing unemployment rate, several states implemented an eviction moratorium at the onset of the pandemic to protect renters unable to pay their monthly rent. Most recently, the CDC issued a federal…

On September 1, 2020, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued its order regarding the “Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19″. The order went into effect on September 4, 2020 and prohibits residential landlords from evicting certain tenants through December 31, 2020.  Who Does the CDC Order Protect?  The…

As COVID-19 continues to take its toll on our economy and our health, it also profoundly affects the livelihood of landlords across the country. With new efforts to maintain social distancing, trying to show your rental property to prospective new tenants might seem like a daunting and risky task. In a recent survey 40% of property managers identified showing units as one of the most challenging workflows to complete remotely. While today’s climate brings new challenges to the property…

LaTonya is an Account Manager at ClickNotices. As an account manager, LaTonya deals with all facets of the company. Whether it is training a new client on how to utilize the platform, troubleshooting errors, tracking judgments, or checking in on her clients, you can be sure LaTonya is using her superior customer service, and problem-solving…

If you’re interested in joining the Property Management industry or have just joined the industry, knowing the various terms associated with it is extremely helpful. These terms apply to Property Management and rental situations. Read through this glossary to see if you are familiar with all these terms.  Accounts Receivable (AR): in the context of property management, these are the…

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…