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Dec
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Rental Housing Journal Utah November 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Utah rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

Thu
05
Nov
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American Family Agent Kandace Brewster, Committed to UAA and You

American Family Agent Kandace Brewster
Committed to UAA and You

On her desk, Kandace Brewster has collection of awards and accolades, including one from the Apartment Association for being a “member favorite presenter/speaker”. As she talks about it you can feel her sincerity and emotion. “Of all the awards I have ever received, this is the one that means most to me,” she says.

An agent for American Family Insurance, Kandace has built her business on that sincerity and the connection she makes with people. A former UAA board member who has been volunteering with UAA for over 12 years, she teaches classes or conducts seminars for members on insurance and risk management over a dozen times a year.

“Our students just love Kandace,” says Taylor Smith UAA Education Director. “She is so genuine and kind and they can tell she really cares about them,” he says.

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05
Nov
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Mission and Goals of the UAA

Mission and Goals of the UAA

The Utah Apartment Association Mission is a trade association supporting the rental housing industry, run by industry members. Our 33 board members have set up mission and vision statements and 4 goals. We wanted to share those with readers of the Rental Housing Journal.

The Utah Apartment Association is Utah’s leading advocate and resource for the owners, real estate professionals, developers, management teams, suppliers and service providers dedicated to quality rental housing.  

Vision

Elevating the standards of the rental housing profession through ethics, legislative advocacy, education and networking

Goal 1:

Wed
28
Oct
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Rental Housing Journal Utah October 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Utah rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 
Thu
01
Oct
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Rental Housing Journal Utah September 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Utah rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 
Thu
01
Oct
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Economic Forecasting Conference Reveals Strength of Rental Market

Economic Forecasting Conference Reveals Strength of Rental Market

Sandy Utah – On September 15th, the UAA held its annual Economic Forecasting conference, in conjunction with IREM (the Institute of Real Estate Management). Speakers included Dr. James Wood, Director of the Bureau of Economic Research at the University of Utah and Greg Ratliff, Principle Broker of ARA Realty Advisors Utah.

Thu
01
Oct
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Ask the Attorney - Tenants Threatening Bankruptcy

Dear Attorney,

Q:
I need to evict my tenant, but they keep threatening bankruptcy.
Should I start the eviction process?

Thu
01
Oct
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Dealing with Rental Deposits

Dealing with Rental Deposits
By Kirk. A Cullimore, Law offices of Kirk A. Cullimore

Your resident just vacated. You check the unit and no surprise, the unit is a mess. Fortunately, resident paid a security deposit. Now what?

Whether your resident gave proper written notice at the end of the lease or skipped before the lease expired, your obligations as a landlord under Utah law on how you handle the security deposit are the same. What then are those obligations?

Thu
01
Oct
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A 10-Step Action Plan to Suppress Crime at Apartments

A 10-Step Action Plan to Suppress Crime at Apartments
by Brent Sobol, originally published in the February 2010 issue of Units

Following is a 10-step plan for crime reduction in rental housing
1. Know who is living in your apartments.
If they aren’t on the lease, politely ask them to leave; most of the time they oblige. Have a police officer assist you when informing the unauthorized occupant that they are criminally trespassing. This is known in the law enforcement arena as a “knock and talk” and is very effective. This action step is essential because a large percentage of troublemakers are people who weren’t named on leases, but who were on the property when they decided to cause trouble. Walk 100 percent of your apartments at least twice a year, looking for unauthorized occupants and criminal activity. A person should accompany the owner or manager when he or she does this, for safety reasons.

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04
Sep
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Rental Housing Journal Utah August 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Utah rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 

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