What exactly are NARPM Designations? Some states require property managers to have their real estate license, some don't. Regardless, most property managers choose to go beyond that license and get certifications specializing in the property management field. It's imperative to make sure your Property Manager has some credentials when choosing who helps manage your property. You will find that … [Continue reading] about NARPM Designations – What are they?
The National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) Q3 reports show the vacancy and rental rate trends amongst single-family homes and multi-family units in the Ada and Canyon County area. The NARPM collected data indicates vacancy rates increased .33% from 4.3% in the second quarter of 2020 to 4.63% in the third. Ada County increased by .41%, and Canyon County also showed an … [Continue reading] about NARPM Q3 2020 Vacancy Survey
This quarters NARPM survey was published a little later than expected but the numbers are in and they are interesting. This year has been curious to say the least and housing is just one area that has been affected by this years pandemic. 19 property managers participated in this quarters survey of almost 7,700 single family and multi-family properties throughout our Treasure Valley. Take a look … [Continue reading] about NARPM Q2 2020 Vacancy Survey
Has your property manager received the official Residential Management Professional badge establishing them as being accomplished, qualified, educated & recommended? We have worked diligently to ensure we are meeting this highest standards within our professional industry. While there are companies out there that are not serving the community in their best interest, we operate every day with … [Continue reading] about What is a Residential Management Professional?