Poor cash flow management is the ultimate business killer, especially when it comes to real estate companies.
As part of the Biden administration’s $1.8 trillion “American Families Plan,” real estate investors can expect changes to the 1031 tax code with regards to like-kind exchanges of investment properties.
There’s an ongoing debate among commercial property managers: should we be invoicing our tenants monthly? After all, tenants should already know how much their rent is and when it’s due. This information is in their lease and it doesn’t change. Shouldn’t we save time and resources by skipping these recurring invoices?
Common area maintenance otherwise known as CAM reconciliation is an essential part of managing commercial real estate.
Lease administration is one of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of commercial real estate.
2020 forced many companies to confront just how necessary their office spaces were.
Most commercial leases include Common Area Maintenance expenses. This means at least annually, you must complete CAM reconciliation.
Today, we are comparing STRATAFOLIO to a property management software called AppFolio.
Investors know there there are many tax benefits for owning real estate.
For many commercial real estate businesses, the common area maintenance (CAM) reconciliation process could use some work.