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Water Conservation Facts Everyone Should Know

Water is essential for human survival. You can survive without food for one month, but more than a week of not drinking a single drop of water can end your life.

Water is used for practically everything that you do. You need water for cooking, taking a bath, washing the dishes, laundry, cleaning the house, and many other basic activities.

Water Conservation Ways: 4 Ways Landlords Can Save Water

Landlords are always looking for ways to save, especially when it comes to water. Not only is ...

How to Save Water and Energy

As the landlord of a large building in the Tri-state area, you know exactly how much you spend...

3 Ways to Conserve Water at the Your Properties

If you’re a property owner who includes utilities as part of the lease agreement, one of the...

Exclusivity Deal Between The Water Scrooge & Water Control Management

The Water Scrooge is thrilled to announce an exclusivity deal with the Canadian water...

The 5 Best NYC Co-op Management Companies

Running a condo or co-op management company isn't always glamorous.

How to Control Tenants Water Usage?

As a landlord in New York City, you are required to pay tenant water bills.

The Best Ways to Conserve Water in Large Residential Buildings

The idea that we should conserve water has been around for enough generations that it’s been...

NYC's New Water Rates Increase (How to Avoid Paying More)

It's been called "the champagne of drinking water," and for good reason. Compared to other major...

Wireless Water Leak Sensors: A Must-Have for Preventing Water Damage Insurance Claims

Leaking toilets and pipes are the kind of thing that keeps landlords up at night. Not only can...

How to Save Water and Significantly Lower Property Operating Expenses

New York, along with other major metro areas nationwide, is at risk for a water shortage crisis...

How Landlords Can Lower Utility Bills

Landlords in New York City have it tough. By law, landlords are required to pay for their...

Water Submetering Systems vs. Cost-Effective Alternatives

For landlords or managers of multi-tenant properties, the idea of submetering water usage can...

5 Signs Your Tenants are Using Excessive Water

Water is a hot commodity.

In New York City, the cost for 100 cubic feet of water is $10.33.

How to Reduce Water Usage Without Sacrificing Tenant Comfort?

Fun fact: Water costs have increased by 300 percent in New York City since 2000.

How Much Does a Running Toilet REALLY Cost?

People love the sound of running water. Be it babbling brooks, cascading waterfalls, or ocean...

Evicting a Tenant Without a Lease in NYC: What You Should Know

Owning a multi-family building comes with many duties, including maintaining units, managing...

The Myths of Low Flow Shower Head and What to Do About It

Some of life’s greatest pleasures are the simplest.

The invigorating feeling of stepping outside...

7 Types of Water Conservation Technology Landlords Are Raving About

The average American family of four uses about 400 gallons of water per day. Water managers of...

How Many Gallons of Water does a Shower Use and Why You Should Care?

Property managers at buildings where water bills are included with rent are footing the bill for...

What Are Water Controllers?

As a landlord looking for ways to maximize your rental income, you've probably stumbled across...

4 Ugly Facts About Water Leaks in Apartment Buildings

Clear your mind, and imagine this— one trillion gallons of water.

Having some trouble? We don't...

How Much Water Does a Running Toilet Use?

One in five toilets has a leak!

While that number may surprise you, the fact of the matter is...

A Guide for Landlords to Reduce How Much Water is Used in a Shower

The average American showers for 8 minutes, consuming about 20 gallons of water each session....

How to Increase and Maximize Your Rental Income Without Raising Rent?

Water prices have exploded across the US in the past few years. If you’re a landlord, you may...

How Landlords Can Overcome the Costly Results of Bad Tenant Habits?

Water is one of the highest utility costs landlords face, and it’s impossible to control this...

Revealed: The Myth of Water Saving Toilets

What do Sony Playstation, the sitcom Friends, and water saving toilets have in common?

All were...

Affordable Housing Developers: Increase Profits With Technology in NYC

What do retail associates, police officers, and municipal employees in major cities all have in...

6 Ways to Reduce Operating Expenses for Condo Buildings in NYC

In the real estate industry, you're only as good as your bottom line—and managing that can be...

4 Ways To Save Money on NYC Apartment Renovations

When renovating apartments in NYC, it's important to think ahead. Smart and thorough planning...

The Real Reason Water Efficient Plumbing Fixtures Don't Save Money

Water efficient fixtures promise a lot—it's easy to see why they are so popular.

After all, who...

Is Your Apartment Maintenance Technician Making These 3 Common Errors?

Great apartment maintenance technicians are gold.

Find one who is trustworthy, speedy, and...

Tenant Screening Report: 4 Things Property Managers Should Evaluate

"Come one, come all," sounds good unless you're talking about prospective tenants. The fact is,...

The Top 5 Structural Engineering Firms in NYC

The Eiffel Tower. The Panama Canal. The Burj Khalifa.All of these structural marvels have one...

The 13 Best Architects and Architecture Firms in NYC for 2017

Now you're in New York. These streets will make you feel brand new; the lights will inspire you.

Reviewing The Top 5 Structural Engineering Firms in NYC

The Eiffel Tower. The Panama Canal. The Burj Khalifa.All of these structural marvels have one...

10 Ways to Reduce Apartment Vacancy Rates in 2017

Filling apartment vacancies has never been easier.

Don't believe us?

The U.S. rental population...

7 Apartment Marketing Ideas for Filling Holiday Vacancies

Most people hate moving...

The packing of boxes, the lifting of heavy objects and the expense of...

The Ultimate Guide to Rockstar Property Management

Good property managers keep everyone happy: tenants, owners, even contractors. In other words,...

How to Get More Traffic to Your Apartment Listings Without Spending on Advertising

Can you afford to effectively advertise your apartments for rent?

Can you afford not to?

5 Little-Known Ways to Attract Tenants Through Online Marketing

You know you need to be online. You put your rentals on all the big sites and Craigslist, of...

Do Not Respond to Another Bad Apartment Review Until You Read This

Online review sites have forever changed the way consumers make purchasing decisions.

In fact, ...

How Much It Really Costs When a Tenant Fails to Report Toilet Leaks

Have you ever heard water running through your pipes at night?

It’s probably just some air...

Property Management vs. Self Management for Multi-Family Properties: Which is Best?

Great property management is vital to a multi-family community's long-term success, but it can...

5 Tips for Making Your Multi-Family Property Pet-Friendly

It's undeniable—cats and dogs provide a level of companionship like no other. There are some...

6 Creative Outreach Marketing Ideas for Apartment Complexes

Listing available units on Craigslist or real estate websites is "standard procedure," but is it...

5 Ways to Reduce Apartment Turnover Costs

On average, tenants reside in a unit for 2 years before moving onto something new.

That 54%...

4 Steps for Increasing Resident Referrals (Not Your Average Advice)

Referrals are the bread and butter of your residential property marketing strategy. At least, it...