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If a Disaster Happens Tomorrow Is Your Company Ready?

rents2riches Blog, Property Management Operations

As a Property Manager are you prepared if a disaster happens in your town? July 4th 2014  As the peak of summer is upon us the thought of storm season right around the corner, are you prepared for the next disaster? As a property manager when a disaster hits you are going to have a lot of phone calls and responsibilities, the power may be out, no water, gas leaks, broken windows, homes starting to flood ext. It is very important you have a plan when a disaster strikes. It is imperative you communicate with your team. If you have a …

rents2richesIf a Disaster Happens Tomorrow Is Your Company Ready?

How much are you allowed to charge a potential tenant for a background screening

rents2riches Blog, Property Management Operations

 Many states have changed their tenant screening policy, most recently Washington and Oregon. Many Property Management companies do the screening themselves. This valuable information encourages you to use a professional company and not over charge for screening.  Washington State Legislature RCW §59.18.257  Screening of prospective tenants- Notice to prospective tenant- costs- Adverse notice-Violation- Work Group.  Prior to obtaining any information about a prospective tenant, the prospective landlord shall first notify the prospective tenant in writing, or by posting, of the following:

    (i)             What types of information will be accessed to conduct the tenant screening;

     (ii)            What criteria may result …

rents2richesHow much are you allowed to charge a potential tenant for a background screening