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Monday, October 16, 2017

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Heating Maintenance and San Antonio Home Management: Check Your Furnace!

Winter isn’t over yet, and if you have been using your heater a lot during these colder months, it’s a good time to check it and keep it functioning properly. Heating maintenance is a critical part of keeping your electric bills down and preserving the condition of the property. Be Proactive with Heating MaintenanceTenants al...

Monday, October 9, 2017

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How to Get Your Security Deposit Back | San Antonio Tenant Help

When you move into a rental property, you pay a security deposit to protect the landlord against any unpaid rent or damages left behind. Getting your deposit back is easy as long as you take care of the property and follow the terms of the lease. Today, we’re helping tenants understand what can be done to facilitate an easy security...

Friday, June 30, 2017

Property Management Blog

Spring/Summer Maintenance Tips

With the warmer weather, it is time to think about doing necessary chores around your residence. It does not take long for neglected items to produce a poor appearance or maintenance problems.Here are some tips for to maintain your residence:It is time to clean up winter debris - dead leaves, animal droppings, trash, or any other items th...

Friday, March 31, 2017

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Good Tenants are Good Neighbors

Anyone can be a bad neighbor and no one wants to live in an area where people violate local laws or practice poor living habits. It is important to live quietly and allow others the quiet enjoyment of their home. It is better to avoid any situation that could label a resident as a “bad neighbor.” We have laid out the problems ...

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Property Management Blog

It’s Time for Spring Cleaning

When the weather turns warm, it is a great time to plan for a “spring cleaning” around your residence. Take the time to clean out from winter and review any necessary maintenance. Here is a list of steps you can take to chase away winter and brighten your home.It is also time to trim lawns and weed flowerbeds, as well as clear...

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Property Management Blog

Coping with the Cold

The weather, in many areas of the country, has been unusual in the last several years. It has been spring in December in New York and Washington, D.C., while California and Texas have had unusual snow and freezing temperatures. When this happens, people often do not know what to do.If more extreme temperatures occur, here are some tips on...

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Property Management Blog

Handling Winter Storms

During winter months, storms can quickly occur causing many problems. There can be high winds, flooding, and more that cause power outages. Here are some tips to help you cope if this occurs.When an Outage OccursYour property manager cannot control power outages and the restoration of service. The best source is to call your electric comp...

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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Are You Ready for 2017?

How prepared are you for the coming year? You may have made several New Year resolutions but life in general may still seem as hectic as the holidays. Here are seven steps to help you start this year on the right track.Check your gift cards and organize returnsThe holidays have just passed and it is common to receive gift cards or gifts t...

Monday, October 31, 2016

Property Management Blog

Keep the Happy in Your Holidays

The Holiday Season is a hectic time of year – there is more traffic, crowds, activities, and pressure to spend money and charge credit cards. Keeping the happy in the holiday season can be a challenge for anyone. It helps to take the time to plan and prepare what you truly want to do so you can enjoy your festivities.There are sever...

Friday, September 30, 2016

Property Management Blog

Making a House a Home

Many rental properties have a bland or neutral look throughout. There are exceptions, but property owners try to avoid conflicts with residents’ furnishings. Most rental contracts contain clauses that tenants are not to alter or modify the property because the landlord wants to maintain a neutral color scheme for marketing to future...

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