9780071600514

Perfect Phrases for Landlords and Property Managers

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    9780071600514

  • ISBN10:

    0071600515

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-10-13
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Summary

Perfect Phrases for Landlords and Property Managersarms readers with quick and easy phrases to deal with the countless challenges, decisions, and day-to-day responsibilities of being a landlord or property manager. it offers practical, need-to-know advice on everything from dealing with tenants and co-op boards to developing and executing a management plan. Each chapter includes several key principles and advice on the topic and provide hundreds of ready-to-use phrases for readers to go to no matter what the situation.

Author Biography

John Yoegel is a certified New York real estate instructor and a member of the the Real Estate Educators Association.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
The Landlord and Property Managerp. 1
Managing Investment Properties: Goals and Objectivesp. 3
Managing Investment Properties: Skills and Responsibilitiesp. 7
Planningp. 8
Budgetingp. 8
Maintenancep. 9
Marketing and Leasingp. 9
Skills Needed by a Landlord or Property Managerp. 10
The Business of Property Managementp. 11
The Property Management Teamp. 13
Assembling the Teamp. 15
Trainingp. 18
Managing the Teamp. 21
Compensation and Motivationp. 24
Policy and Ethical Issuesp. 27
Property Manager-Client/Owner Relationsp. 31
Owner Objectivesp. 33
Communicationsp. 36
Business Developmentp. 39
Developing New Businessp. 41
Real Estate Investment Counselingp. 44
Real Estate Developmentp. 47
The Management Agreementp. 51
Preparing for Negotiationsp. 53
Term of the Property Management Agreementp. 56
Compensationp. 59
Dutiesp. 62
Termination and Renewalp. 65
Reportsp. 67
Managing the Propertiesp. 69
Managing Residential Propertiesp. 71
Medium to Large Apartment Buildingp. 72
The Small Propertyp. 75
Lease Negotiationsp. 78
Tenant Relationsp. 81
Managing Commercial Propertiesp. 85
Negotiating Leasesp. 87
Tenant Relationsp. 90
Management Issuesp. 93
Managing Owners: Condominiums and Cooperativesp. 97
Condominiums and Cooperativesp. 99
Condominiumsp. 104
Cooperativesp. 105
Special Purpose Propertiesp. 107
Industrial Propertiesp. 109
Mobile Home Parksp. 112
Medical Buildingsp. 114
Self-Storage Facilitiesp. 118
Age-Oriented Housingp. 120
Tenant Relationsp. 123
Communicationsp. 126
The Problem Tenantp. 129
The Management Planp. 131
Regional Analysisp. 133
Neighborhood Analysisp. 137
Property Physical Analysisp. 140
Income Stream Analysisp. 143
Operating Budgetp. 146
Capital Budgetp. 149
Beyond the Management Planp. 152
Landlord (Owner) Management Issuesp. 157
Nonresident Landlordp. 159
Resident Landlordp. 163
Issues Common to All Propertiesp. 167
Maintenancep. 167
Nondiscriminationp. 171
Risk Managementp. 175
Marketing the Propertyp. 181
The Marketing Planp. 182
Advertisingp. 184
Describing the Propertyp. 187
Promotional Activitiesp. 190
Networkingp. 193
Resourcesp. 197
About the Authorp. 199
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