Whether you own a few modest properties or an entire complex the goal for every property owner is the same: maximizing your profit. This means keeping a close eye on your expenses and increasing revenue every year. In order to attract high-value tenants, you need to take special care of your properties. Here are five things you can do this summer to
Live, Manage, Work Better Blog
Follow our blog to learn about SecondKeys and read our tips for property managers out there!
As we are becoming an increasingly globalized society nearly every industry across the board is turning to technology to provide innovation. Modern tech solutions are often necessary in order to stay competitive in an industry – its sink or swim, adapt or fail. This doesn’t always happen though, particularly in the commercial real estate industry. Many realtors/property owners prefer traditional
Hey guys, Happy June. SecondKeys attended an event at The Collective and our team member Brad was given a special gift. Today we are honoring him and his accomplishment. The Collective Memphis is a nonprofit black arts organization that Elevates black artists, Empowers black communities, and is Shifting the culture of Memphis. The Collective is dedicated to providing a platform
No property manager likes to spend their time hunting down a rent check. A lack of payment options means less convenience for your tenants and more hassle for you. If you needed any more reason, here are four ways online rent pay can benefit your rental agency. 1. Reduce Overhead By Accepting Payments Online Accepting and processing payments in person
SecondKeys is always looking for new ways to bring the best service to our community. That’s why we’re so excited about our partnership with HomeAdvisor: Home Concierge. To give you a run down on what the program does for our services, here are a few commonly asked questions about HomeAdvisor: Home Concierge What is Home Concierge? Home Concierge is an
For most property managers, it feels like maintenance issues seem to pile up and all happen at the same time. It almost seems like when one unit reports a problem, all of the other units find out and do the same. Of course there’s no way to predict when a pipe will leak or a window will break, but what