Monday, December 3, 2012
Security is a tough discussion topic. Everyone wants it, yet no one can guarantee it. Most lease agreements make that clear. But as you well know, resident safety is not completely out of your realm of responsibility. So let’s take a common-sense look at some of the legal, ethical and business aspects.
LegalIf bad things happen on your property, your security efforts may come under close...
Thursday, November 29, 2012
England and the United States, in the scheme of all things international, don’t appear to be that different from one another. We all speak English, after all.
And yet, upon arriving in Bath during my junior year of college to study abroad for the semester, it was obvious I was outside of my cultural comfort zone.
Consider, for example, the first time I ate at a British McDonalds and went to...
Monday, November 26, 2012
My previous blog focused on what happened in New Jersey as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
The event was devastating, and served as a reminder to the entire industry about the importance of having an Emergency Preparedness plan in place in the event that such a disaster strikes your area.
Following are a few “lessons” we learned during this recovery process:
Make sure your communication network...
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
What if you weren’t simply a voyeur to a tragedy, but instead were living it first-hand?
What if you were a field general and you weren’t afforded any weapons? How would you react when Armageddon actually happened? What would you do?
This is what happened to us in New Jersey recently as a result Sandy.
Like many of you in this industry I am a take-charge guy. But what if there is nothing to take...