For many commercial real estate companies, it’s a smart move to bring in outside capital. It’s a great way to accelerate company growth! With this comes, managing real estate investors.
As part of the CARES Act (Coronovirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities) passed on March 30, 202, businesses with Net Operating Losses (NOL) in 2018, 2019, and 2020 can now amend previous tax returns and offset the income in previous years.
Today, we take a look at Yardi Voyager and compare it to STRATAFOLIO. Yardi launched in 1984.
If real estate businesses don’t automate, they’re going to fall behind. Now more than ever teams must streamline. Automation is one way to do that.
For many real estate owners and landlords across the country, the first real impact of the COVID-19 is becoming a reality with the collection of rent. Clearly, rent payments have been impacted by COVID-19 in a profound way.
As owners/landlords, we’ve all been holding our breath a bit for the start of April 2020 and rent collection. But, it is not just us. Lending institutions all over the country are waiting as well.
Recent news about the Federal Reserve dropping the Federal interest rate has lots of real estate owners evaluating whether they should refinance.
We sat down with Jeff Engstrom, a Senior Advisory Associate with Hall CPA, which is also known as the Real Estate CPA, to learn about the necessity of accurate record-keeping so your investors keep coming back.
Nearly every week we hear and see examples of owners and landlords struggling with their annual common area maintenance (CAM) reconciliations.
A lot of people have criticized QuickBooks for their shortcomings as a real estate and property management software, until now. Many real estate owners begin with QuickBooks.