Property management companies only thrive when they have a full roster of properties to manage, and owners trust them to represent their interests responsibly.
It’s not news that real estate is a business of flux. People move – all the time! – or choose to rent a house instead of an apartment. Life circumstances call for downsizing or upsizing, and families for whom a duplex was once just fine now need their own detached home.
The debate between what makes a business essential or non-essential continues as the COVID-19 pandemic has the U.S. economy in a tailspin.
As we find ourselves in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of questions are coming up in the insurance world with regards to whether insurance policies can provide any relief to landlords.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic drastically affected the financial situations of residential and commercial tenants. What does that mean for property managers and landlords, and how might they change their operations moving forward?