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Property Management: Controlling Controllable Expenses

Posted on 22 Jun 2016 at 7:45pm

What is a controllable expense? A controllable expense is one that provides proactive property management an opportunity to generate meaningful financial impact. In this definition many will then consider "every expense" as a controllable expense. That is too far-reaching.

Property Management and Noise Pollution

Posted on 17 Nov 2015 at 4:41pm

The objective of eliminating or reducing noise is to positively impact the quiet enjoyment of your resident's; your paying customers.

Five Proactive Ways to Gain Lease Renewals

Posted on 12 Oct 2015 at 2:18pm

Forget about gimmicks; let's stick with tried and true. There is a certain course of action that allows for continuity in customer contact on property and a high rate of lease renewals.

5 Ways to Make Money in Real Estate Without Ownership

Posted on 25 Aug 2015 at 11:42am

There are millions of people engaged in the real estate business with zero ownership in actual buildings.

Property Management: The Choice Between People and Numbers

Posted on 10 Aug 2015 at 3:32pm

In the property management business numbers are important, but people more so. Getting the people right is a huge step in making the numbers work and being able to implement your plan of action by having the right skills in the right positions.

Property Management: 5 Reasons For A Tech Check Up

Posted on 21 Jul 2015 at 3:48pm

Technology is in constant motion. Here are some alternatives for keeping your technology up-to-date without losing your mind.

Property Management: 5 Goal Setting Apps

Posted on 11 May 2015 at 4:28pm

In the spirit of getting that one thing accomplished here are some proven applications (apps) that set in motion a method for accomplishing the goal at hand.

Rental Increases and Yield Management Software

Posted on 28 Apr 2015 at 12:32pm

How do you determine rental increases? Through careful market analysis or hokum?

Five Resident Loyalty Shredders

Posted on 6 Apr 2015 at 3:22pm

Every topic presented here is so important that each could be at the top of the list. Recognizing that every property is different, I encourage you to re-order the list for each of your assets under management.

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Multifamily Learning Resources

"How To Read a Rent Roll" by John Wilhoit, Jr.

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This long-awaited book by John Wilhoit is the worldwide industry standard on how to review and understand a rent roll. John lays out the history of the rent roll and then dives straight into the components of rent roll analysis.
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"Multifamily Insight Vol. 1: How to Build Wealth Through Buying the Right Multifamily Assets in the Right Markets"

Ancillary Income Audio Course Now AvailableMultifamily Insight Vol. 1 delivers hard-hitting facts about how to buy and operate multifamily apartment assets based on John’s 20+ years of experience working in multifamily asset management and the property management profession. As an asset manager and owner-operator of apartments, condominiums and townhomes, John has developed his approach by administrating apartments in 38 states. (More information...)

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"Ancillary Income"
presented by John Wilhoit, Jr. and Ernest F. Oriente

Ancillary Income Audio Course Now Available

The formula for Ancillary Income is this: More monthly revenue generated + higher resident retention = less resident turnover and more monthly profitability. During this 2.5 hour audio-course, learn how you can earn monthly fees for new fast-emerging and smart/creative ways for giving extra levels of services to your rental housing residents plus create a living environment they never want to leave...
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"How To Read a Rent Roll" by John Wilhoit, Jr.
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This audio course presents an in depth anaylyis beyond the book, How To Read a Rent Roll. This 6-hour audio series features 10 individual CDs/audio files, each addressing a chapter of the book, and is presented by the "How To Read a Rent Roll" author, John Wilhoit, Jr. (More information...)

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