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Short-Term Rentals in Arizona

Property Management

David Allen Partner, Jaburg | Wilk Attorneys at Law   The growing popularity of homeowners renting out all or a part of their homes as “short-term rentals,” as an alternative to conventional hotels, cannot be denied. Several companies, including Airbnb and VRBO, exist to offer these types of “sharing economy” services to both the homeowner,… Read more

5 Things You Need To Know About Lease Management

Property Management

Sarah Richardson Founder and CEO, Tru Realty   It sounds simple enough. Place an ad, find a tenant to sign the lease and let the money come rolling in. Unfortunately, there’s quite a bit more to managing a lease than that. The easy part is getting tenants to sign a lease, the hard part comes… Read more

Market Update: Is Now A Good Time To Buy A Home? Purchase Price Sails to A New Height | October 2019 Sales Results

Market Update, Property Management

Fletcher Wilcox V.P. Business Development & Real Estate Analyst, Grand Canyon Title Agency   October 2019 Sales Results for Single Family Resales October 2019 sales of single-family resales in Maricopa County (Greater Phoenix) were 5,589. Sales this October were 353 or seven percent greater than October of 2018 when there were 5,236 sales. Sales in… Read more

THE MARRIAGE OF MANAGEMENT & LEASING: How to Get Tenants to Say “I Do”

Property Management

Terry Kass Real Estate Intelligent Marketing   Shane Tschida Real Estate Intelligent Marketing Operating a profitable rental property requires more than just well-run accounting practices. Successful owners understand that property managers and leasing agents must come together to confess their love of one thing; tenants. A property has limited value without quality residents, but pursuing… Read more

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 101 | How Great Relationships Take You Far in Management

Property Management

Ed Drummond Founder, Capstone Realty Professionals   Property management is not for everybody. I like to think I got into management on a dare and over time recognized that the shoe fit. It’s been 11 years since I put on that shoe. In that time, I’ve seen the ups and downs, but most importantly I’ve… Read more

December 2019 – Letter From the School VP

Property Management, Publisher's Letter

Greg Muir Executive Vice President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business    Dear friends, Can you believe we’re already nearly through another year? ‘Tis the season of giving and hugging your loved ones a little tighter. Be sure to take time to celebrate your accomplishments over the past year and thank those who may… Read more

6 Mistakes that Can Bury Property Managers

Property Management

Eden Sunshine Vice President, Realty Executives   Residential property management is a complex business that, if not conducted properly, can cost an individual a lot of money, create legal issues, and even lead to criminal action taken against them. Here is a breakdown of some of the key areas to pay attention to as a… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – WHEN NEIGHBORS CROSS THE LINE: INJUNCTIONS AGAINST HARRASSMENT SHORT-TERM RENTALS

Laying Down the Law, Property Management

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Provident Law   Bryan Eastin, Esq. Provident Law On May 21, 2019, Governor Ducey signed new provisions regulating short- term rentals. The new laws aim to curb issues where short-term rentals are perceived as increasing noise and traffic in residential neighborhoods or are operated as “party houses.” Among other things, these… Read more

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – New Rules for Evictions

Laying Down the Law, Market Forecast

Christopher J. Charles Attorney, Provident Law   The Arizona Supreme Court recently promulgated new rules for eviction actions. Per the new rules, before proceeding with an eviction action, landlords must serve tenants with not only the Complaint and Summons, but also with a copy of the controlling lease, any addenda to the lease, plus a… Read more

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