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How Does a Property Management Company Attract Prospective Tenants?

One of the benefits to hiring a property management company is that they can help you find qualified tenants for your rental home or property. However, if you have struggled to find tenants for your home, you may wonder how a property management company goes about doing this. Here are a few of the ways that a property management company attracts prospective clients.

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Do You Need to Worry About Curb Appeal When it Comes to Your Rental Home?

If you are selling your home, it is important that you ensure your home has curb appeal. The exterior of the home and your landscaping are the first thing a buyer will see and can mold their initial thoughts of your home. However, if you have a rental home, you may be wondering if curb appeal is also important. Here are a few questions you may have about curb appeal and your rental home.

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Review and Testimonial About Gassen

If you are looking to hire a property management or HOA management company, you may be scouring the Internet to get reviews and find out what others think about a company. So, I wanted to take the time to share with you a little about the company I use and highly recommend.

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Condos vs. Co-ops vs. Townhomes. What's the difference?

Condominiums, townhomes and co-ops: To the layman, the three terms are interchangeable. But when it comes time to buy one of the three, it's important that you know the difference. While all three housing style are typically managed by a home owner's association, that's where their similarities end.

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

Check out our Summer 2016 Newsletter!

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