2020 forced many companies to confront just how necessary their office spaces were.
Establishing and maintaining good working relationships with your commercial tenants is important to your long-term success as an owner/landlord.
Disinfection and removing the virus is a “hot” topic lately.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Vince McGlone, CEO of Tenant Calls, a virtual assistant company for landlords and property managers.
Cleaning after a tenant moves out is an essential part of property management. But it’s now more important than ever because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Across the nation, teams are clamoring to get back into their office space and as the spread of the COVID-19 virus slows, most offices are.
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.
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 rent collection. Clearly, rent payments have been profoundly impacted by COVID-19.
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.