Wednesday, March 5, 2014
“The Scarlet Letter” taught us all a thing or two. Namely, that members of the clergy also have desires. That, and the important lesson that one’s reputation can be quickly and irrevocably tarnished.
If you’ve ever taken a gander at a high-school bathroom stall, you know as much to be true. Bless you, janitors.
According to Apartments.com’s James Watters, presenter of Feb. 26th’s Webinar...
Tuesday, September 3, 2013
The best part about having a large family is that you suddenly have an abundance of free labor.
Hold on—I’m now getting word that this has not been the case since “The Grapes of Wrath.”
Regardless, I think most people would agree that it’s nice to have people (a young child, your ailing grandmother, etc.) work for you—especially when it’s voluntary. This is certainly the case in the apartment...
Lia Nichole Smith
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Reputation Management has been a priority focus for many companies this year. And while it’s refreshing to see people finally “getting it”, the inevitable eye-rolling, boredom inducing, “enough already” side effect has started to set in. You know, the one which makes every instructor speaking on the subject sound like Miss Swanson of the Peanuts cartoon (wah, waa-waa, wah-waa-waa, wah)? As...
Monday, May 13, 2013
There is an abundance of screening techniques out there these days that enable communities to thrive by locating good strong tenants. There are four steps to follow which will ensure the retention of a good tenant. The primary factors to acknowledge when a unit becomes available are your advertising techniques and internet presence. By putting time and effort into advertising your property you...