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New Rental Insurance Technology Tool for Property Managers

New Rental Insurance Technology Tool for Property Managers

Liberty Mutual has built a new set of innovative technical capabilities that allows the integration of the quoting and binding of rental insurance into property manager’s ecosystems. During a recent interview, Kelly Piotrowski, Director, Ecosystem...
Tips for Controlling Your Insurance Costs

Insurance for Property Owners and Managers

Sponsored A transparent relationship between a real estate investor and property manager is critical to a successful rental property. Especially as it relates to insurance. Both parties should agree on what coverage the other should...
Are Fraudulent Rental Applications a Risk to Your Business?

Are Fraudulent Rental Applications a Risk to Your Business?

Sponsored By Daniel Berlind Bad residents top the list of things that property managers lose sleep over, and for a good reason. Evictions are expensive—as much as $7,000 or more.  Further, evictions keep units off the...
Can I Cash-Out a Portion of my 1031 Exchange Proceeds?

Investing In Net Lease Properties Via Delaware Statutory Trusts

By Steve Haskell Vice President, Kay Properties and Investments, LLC A CPA in San Diego contacted Kay Properties & Investments on behalf of his client, Peggy. Peggy owned an apartment building in East San Diego that she...
5 Online Tools for Managing Your Rental Properties Remotely

How Technology is Changing Property Management and Why You Should Care

Sponsored Article By  Alex Britton Like most industries, property management is being disrupted by technology. As a property owner and former tenant, I’ve experienced each side of property management, with and without technology being involved. From...
Can I Cash-Out a Portion of my 1031 Exchange Proceeds?

Five Things To Remember When Deciding To Do A 1031 Exchange

Sponsored Article By Dwight Kay and the Kay Properties Team A 1031 exchange is a legal way for investors to defer their capital gains taxes on the sale of real estate held for investment or business...
Can I Cash-Out a Portion of my 1031 Exchange Proceeds?

What Are The Best Properties For A 1031 Exchange?

Sponsored Article By Dwight Kay and The Kay Properties Team You are about to sell your property, and your CPA tells you that there is a large tax consequence lurking around the corner. In order to...
Can I Cash-Out a Portion of my 1031 Exchange Proceeds?

The Fundamentals of 1031 Exchanges

Sponsored Article By Dwight Kay and the Kay Properties Team Welcome to 1031 101! If you’ve come to our metaphorical class here, you likely have a few questions. Chief among them: What is a 1031 exchange?...
Can I Cash-Out a Portion of my 1031 Exchange Proceeds?

Kay Properties Real Estate Offering Goes Full Cycle on Behalf of Investors

Kay Properties and Investments has announced that one of their joint venture private placement real estate offerings has gone full cycle. The offering consisted of an opportunity to participate in an Absolute Triple Net...
Property Management Company to Pay Tenants $300,000 to Settle Eviction Moratorium Lawsuit

Think Like A Tenant: Qualifying Repair and Renovation Landlord Exemption Under SB 608

Portland Attorney Brad Kraus takes on the issue of qualifying repair and renovation landlord exemption under SB 608 and urges landlords to think like a tenant. By Brad Kraus Attorney, Warren Allen LLP Senate Bill 608 is...