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Being a landlord is tough. You’re the individual responsible for your tenants’ comfort, safety, and welfare. At least as far as the housing goes.
Everyone is looking for the next best thing. Whether it's the newest cell phone on the market or upcoming trends in fashion. People want to stay up with the times.
Being a property manager isn't always easy.
Oftentimes you're extinguishing one fire after the next: The tenant in 409B is complaining about excessive noise violations (again).
Managing a high rise building involves many moving parts. Perhaps, the most important of them all? Keeping operating expenses low.
Historically speaking, tenants dislike property managers and property managers dislike tenants. Visit any rental forum online and you'll find no shortage of tenants complaining about management.