Commercial roofing inspections should be done at least a couple times per year just to ensure that your roofing doesn’t go from having a small problem to a large one. Checking roofing materials and the support system to your commercial roof after major weather conditions, for instance, can be key to saving you money in the long run. Ignoring roofing maintenance over a long period of time can be costly and even affect the integrity of your building. A good commercial roofing inspector should provide a thorough inspection of your roof; checking for hidden damage or potential issues. Here is what you can expect from a commercial roofing inspection.
There is more to an ORA Power Ranking Score than one may think. With the digital world making its leaps and bounds in every facet of the world as we know it, society functions every day via the internet and that is the first place they will go when researching multi-family residences for tenancy. Here we will briefly discuss what property managers can learn from the elite 1% ORA power ranking.
What Is An ORA Score?
An ORA score is an online reputation assessment. This assessment is compiled from ratings of over 21 different review sites with the score itself being determined on a scale of 0-100 per property. The determined score is a widely acknowledged ranking that serves as a benchmark to compare and contrast individual properties as it relates to resident satisfaction, community performance and positive online reviews and rankings. The ORA Power Rankings are based on monthly assessments of independently ranked multi-family properties and management companies ORA scores. J Turner Research developed this multi-family industry standard to measure online reputation, however, property or management companies are not required to be a J Turner Research client to qualify for this ranking.
Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a commercial property, it’s important to establish a clear value. There are many methods in determining commercial property value, the following are some common approaches to help determine the most feasible price the commercial property could potentially earn in an open and competitive market.
Its essential as a business to always stay ahead of the game. There’s a lot of competition in the property management business so keeping tabs on the latest trends is key. Here are 5 insights into upcoming trends for the year 2020 that every rental property management company should know.
Multi-Family property insurance can be complicated at times because there can be so much to think about when it comes to making sure you are properly insured. The last thing anyone wants is financial loss so knowing what to look for in regards to property insurance is essential. Here are some things you will want to know about multi-family property insurance that can help when your ready to buy insurance.
As with any multi-living development, the key to knowing which amenities are right for your residents is dependent upon the demographics of the area your looking to build. As developers, it’s important that you know which amenities are essential to your residences living experience in order to ensure your targeting the right market. Here are the top five amenities that are standing out above the rest as must-haves for condo buyers.
For decades, property investment has been driven by speculation, educated guesses, and simple intuition. As a result, many investors kept making mistakes that were continuously repeated. While the element of risk cannot be completely eliminated, using data analytics allows investors to make well informed decisions, significantly reducing the risks. More and more property investors are turning to data-driven analysis methods when looking to improve their competitive advantage and make profitable investments. Here is how data analysis can help increase profitability in property investments.
Is the cost of roofing almost always the first thing you think about when it comes to deciding on which roofing material you use? Are you researching your options on which roofing material is better suited for your property? Is climate, life span or average maintenance something that comes to mind when choosing your roofing products? Knowing the different types of roofing materials available and which ones are better suited for your commercial property will not only be more cost effective for you in the long run but provide you with the quality materials that match your specific needs. Listed, is a guide of the different roofing materials that are commonly used for commercial properties along with points to consider before purchasing your roofing system.
With rental space being at an all-time high, we’re seeing more development pop up than ever before and if you haven’t noticed, the style and amenities are changing. Not everyone is looking to buy a house but there are features of a home or amenities within housing communities that some still find appealing and that’s where apartment developers are placing their attention.
Spaces And Services
Unlike before, when apartments used to seek after offering clubhouses, fitness rooms and a pool combo; development spaces are now looking to offer more in terms of space and in addition, services that those spaces include. Pools are still considered highly attractive to renters all throughout the year. Even if they don’t make use of them all year round, it’s still something they want when it comes to apartment shopping. The up factor is providing services such as water classes for residents which allow them to maximize their residential space all within living proximity.
If a former tenant is overstaying their rental period or your property is being lived in by unwanted guests, it can be difficult to deal. Here is a guide on how to handle the situation and how to protect yourself. First, it’s important to understand that there are different types of squatters. Most people assume squatters are homeless people looking for shelter but that is not always the case. By definition, squatters are people who move into abandoned, foreclosed or unoccupied homes or premises. They can be anything from previous tenants who are no longer under a lease and have stopped paying rent but continue to live on the property, families or those whose mortgage was foreclosed but have not moved out after a determined amount of time, those who move in after a tenant moves out and are not bound by a lease or paying rent or, in extreme cases, those who have been paying rent to a fake landlord and are living on another’s property unknowingly. Squatters who manipulate the system will typically place utilities in their name, get mail at the property’s address and openly take possession of the unit or property.