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The Rental Housing Journal blog features thought provoking information and opinions on the multifamily property management and real estate investing industries. RHJ staff editorial, multifamily executives, top real estate investors, and real world industry subject matter experts share best practices, trends and news about investing in real estate, managing apartments, being a Do-It-Yourself landlord, multifamily technology, apartment marketing, Fair Housing and landlord – tenant law, flipping houses, advancing your career in property management, how to market and sell to property managers and real estate investors, new products and services for property managers, financing investment properties, where to find good tenants, how to hire great property management employees, how to choose vendors, best practices in property maintenance and much more.

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...

3 Ways Property Managers Can Protect Themselves From Potentially Violent Tenants

What property managers and owners can learn from the shooting last year of two property managers in Portland following the eviction of a tenant. By John Triplett The two property managers who were shot by a...

Why Are Some Property Managers Not Solving Pet Poop Problems?

By John TriplettRental Housing JournalIf you do a search online for apartments and pet poop problems, there is no shortage of negative reviews from tenants about pet waste in apartment communities.The growing millennial generation...

7 Secrets To Keep Tenants Renewing Your Leases

Keeping your tenants happy and renewing their leases is key to keeping your rental housing business and your revenue growing.Our veteran investor, property manager and blogger shares a few of his secrets here.By Larry...

How Well Do You Manage Your Property Manager?

Veteran real estate owner and investor Larry Arth has a great property manager who he has worked with for years. Other owners and  investors struggle at times to find the right management style themselves...

Landlord, property managers bullied and harassed over rent increases

Tensions are rising between landlords and property managers, and tenant activists. Landlords and managers have been bullied over rent increases. And they face unpleasant demonstrations from activists as Portland struggles with a shortage of housing and rapidly...

4 Reasons Building New Homes For Rent Could Work

Building new homes for rent is going on in several selected locations around the county. In fact some communities of new homes for rent are starting to look more like an apartment complex based on a multifamily...

Cash Flow Investing Today Or Bigger Bucks Later?

Cash flow today or bigger bucks later is really about how to choose the real estate investing style that fits you and your goals. You may have always wanted to get started in real...

5 keys that sway tenant decisions about your rentals

When a tenant decides whether or not your rental is right for their next home, what are some of the key things that will lead them to sign your lease and not the lease...

8 Ways To Invest Capital To Make Older Apartments Sparkle

This question to Dear Monty prompted him to list 8 ways that can mean happier tenants, lower turnover rates and higher rents for incoming tenants if you choose the right tips to make your...