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7 Questions Landlords Have About Pets and Pet-Friendly Apartments

Here are 7 questions landlords have about pets and pet-friendly apartments as 72 percent of all renters now have pets and  the trend toward pet ownership is only going to grow. By John Triplett Owners, landlords...
The Scoop On How Pet DNA Testing Fixes Your Apartment Poop Problem

The Scoop On How Pet DNA Testing Fixes Your Apartment Poop Problem

Pets are a way of life in rental housing and if you want your rentals fully leased, pet owners are a key tenant demographic you want to keep and apartment pet DNA testing can...

Solving The Pet Pee Needs In An Urban High-Rise Apartment

How to solve pet pee needs in the middle of the night when you live in a high-rise apartment can be a real challenge. A San Diego start-up company has come up with a...

Can I Say “No Pot In My Apartments” When It’s Legal In My State?

California just became the world's largest legal marijuana market. When pot is legal in a state, what issues does this present to property managers and landlords of rental properties? Can a property manager say...

Why Is It So Hard To Build Affordable Housing In Portland?

A leader in the Portland affordable housing industry talks about why it took four years to get 40 units of affordable housing done from concept to opening and why it is so hard to...

Startup Company Tackling The Rental Property Maintenance Toothache

A new company is tackling the rental property maintenance challenges that face many landlords and property managers every day in managing rental housing.In an interview with Rental Housing Journal, Keepe Co-founder and CEO Rishi...

Top 3 Biggest Stressors For Property Owners And Managers in 2017

In a new survey of 700 rental property owners across the country, maintenance repairs and replacement continues to be the biggest stressor overall for property owners and managers, according to Buildium.com.Overall 61% of respondents...

Fewer Renters Think It Is A Good Time To Buy A Home

A new survey shows fewer renters think it is a good time to buy a home and they are not optimistic about the economy and their personal financial situation, according to a release.The National...

Multifamily Employee And Resident Satisfaction Are Tied Together Study Says

It is becoming more important than ever that a multifamily company be seen as being socially responsible, much as Google says “Don’t be evil,” according to a new benchmark study.Corporate social responsibility is now...

Apartment Pet Amenities Draw Millennial Tenants

Luxury style pet amenities are a new feature that apartment developers and property management companies are putting in place to draw the increasing number of younger tenants who have pets and want to rent.By...