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Aug
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By Robert L. Cain Some 80 percent of people would like to work from home reports a Gallup poll taken even before the pandemic. By the end of 2021, 25 to 30 percent of employees will be working from home estimates Global Workplace Analytics. We have a promising situation that affects both employers and residential […]

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06
Jul
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They can move in and be a nightmare to get out. These are bad tenants, but not the run-of-the-mill bad tenants a landlord actually rented to; they might be described as bad tenants on steroids. They are squatters. Somehow they get access to a vacant property, maybe by breaking in, or maybe by getting a […]

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22
Jun
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One in three rental applications contain some kind of fraud, reports snappt.com. In 2020, the company surveyed property managers and came up with that figure and others just as telling revealing the carefully generated fake documents landlords see on rental applications. It’s usually income, but it can be far more devious than that. Of those […]

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06
May
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The country will reopen sooner or later, and it will look far different when we become the “new normal.” More and more small businesses won’t be able to make a profit. Dominos will fall as the effects tumble into commercial real estate, residential real estate, schools, child care, and government. Restaurants As restaurants reopen in […]

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08
Apr
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You would think that no one is looking to move right now what with the coronavirus issue, but people are. A RentCafe study in February (of course before all the “shelter in Place” edicts began) found that 59 percent of the people surveyed said they would move “as soon as I find an apartment.” Figure […]

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09
Mar
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A mini movement is afoot. It’s one step beyond the ban-the-box edict and known as “open hiring.” That means that people with “nontraditional” work histories can get hired, no questions asked, no employment application, no background check, just put your name on the list and wait for the call. Those include ex-convicts, the homeless, drug […]

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11
Feb
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In Texas, if a landlord rents to a convicted felon, he or she can be sued for negligence. No, so far it hasn’t happened, but certainly could. Granted the felony has to be one of the Sinister Seven: murder, kidnapping, trafficking in people, sex abuse, sex abuse of a child, promotion of prostitution, or aggravated […]

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09
Jan
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A Nationwide Insurance study found that 31 is the average age people begin saving for retirement. But will they ever be able to retire? Are most people in a position, or will they ever be in a position, to amass enough savings to retire? Saving for retirement is not even an option for many people. […]

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09
Dec
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“Wage growth has hit a wall,” economist Joseph Song, wrote in a report for Bank of America. Analysts had expected 4 percent growth but were taken aback at 3 percent and sometimes lower depending on an employee’s position. Overall, raises ended up just over 3 percent in August 2018, down from 3.4 percent in February […]

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