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10 Tips for First Time Multifamily Investors – #6: How to Find Great Tenants

theRRD CEO Joe Killinger and special guest, Commercial Brokers International CEO, George Pino, talk about tips for first time multifamily investors. This is Part 6 of a 10 part series. Part 7 will be available tomorrow. To see the rest…

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theRRD Incident Reporting Database tracks skips, evictions, crime on property and more!

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How Property Managers and Multi-Family Employees Can Help Uncover Human Trafficking

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD.com Human trafficking is the act of recruiting, harboring or receiving a person through a use of force, coercion or other means and transporting for the purpose of exploiting them (United Nations Office on Drugs and…

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Key Mistakes Property Management Companies Make and How to Fix Them

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD.com We speak to property management companies across the country daily so it allows us the opportunity to ask how they are handling their operations and then relay some of their ideas on to you. I…

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Critical Mistakes Some Property Managers Have Made

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD Not Screening Potential Residents The stories I have heard from managers that have chosen to not screen their potential new residents are dumbfounding to me, if you don’t know the history of an individual(s) you…

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Property Managers: Reduce Your Risk By Screening Your Tenants

There are jobs associated with risk. For example – police, firefighter, and astronaut. Police catch criminals on the run. Firefighters endure intense flames to battle blazes. Astronauts encounter rough conditions in outer space. Unfortunately, risk is part of their job….

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Landlord IQ: What do you do if a Tenant’s Guest Stays Longer Than a Month?

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How to Handle High-Maintenance Tenants

One of the most common complaints I hear from Landlords is that they don’t like to deal with “high maintenance” tenants.  Like most things, there is a middle road with responding to tenant maintenance requests. If you’re too stiff with…

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How to Retain Residents in Multifamily Communities

There is significant value in being able to retain residents.  If you are above average in retaining your residents, your management company will have less costs associated with marketing vacancies, screening new prospective tenants, performing make readies, and more.  Having…

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3 Things That will Happen to Your Property if You Don’t Screen Your Tenants

There are many things that can go awry on a property.  If you don’t thoroughly screen your prospective tenants, you can cause serious damage to yourself, your property, and your budget. 1. Your Property Gets A Bad Reputation No resident wants…

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