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Thursday, June 11, 2015

How Safe is Airbnb?
Property Management Blog Many people are choosing to use Airbnb as their vacation home rental source when planning vacations.   Before staying in an Airbnb you should follow 2 simple rules. The location must have 3 or more reviews, with none of those reviews stating a negative experience. Talk to the host in person via Airbnb; if there are any iffy feelin...

Friday, June 5, 2015

Safety and Maintenance is Important for Both Landlords and Tenants
Property Management Blog When you picture the word “home,” your mind instantly flashes to images of happy times and feelings of sanctuary and comfort. It’s the one place you feel safe from the dangers that lurk in the world outside. It’s the one place that nothing bad can happen. Rather, it should be. The sad reality is home accidents occur commonly, and ...

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Zillow’s Secrets to Understanding Renters
Property Management Blog Understanding today’s renters, and knowing your key demographics, are both crucial for the success of your property management business.  Appfolio is a good resource and provides web based property management software, and free webinars for property management professionals. The following information can be found at  This...

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Fair housing law survey reveals lack of knowledge and surprising attitudes from Utah residents.
Property Management Blog SALT LAKE CITY- Nearly five decades after Congress passed a bill to prohibit discrimination, it seems the people of Utah, still don't know much about fair housing law, and what some think they do know, reveals surprising attitudes.  According to Dennis Romboy and, a small percentage of people in Utah believe it's OK to charge hig...

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Come Live with Us!
Property Management Blog Check out our new listing video tour at 2105 Rimview Drive, Santa Clara This home is beautiful inside and out with exceptional landscaping and a fenced in backyard located in a nice quiet family neighborhood. Extras include a walk in closet, two common areas with a gas fireplace, jetted tub in the main bath...

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

10 years ago, a landlord from Salt Lake City, Utah asked for help.
Property Management Blog Over 10 years ago, Joseph Berger and Chad Collins were both: licensed real estate agents, students at the U of U, and working part time at NAI Commercial Real Estate. At that same time, Clint Collins was living in Salt Lake City, finishing graduate school, and managing student housing complexes to pay his way through college. Clint was a...

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Why Use a NARPM Member for Property Management?
Property Management Blog Are you considering renting out your vacant home, but don’t want the hassle that comes with collecting rent? Are you insecure not knowing what is going on with your money before it hits your bank account? If either of these issues are keeping you from using a property management company, check out BMG Rentals and their awesome system, w...

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Benefits of owning a rental property in Idaho Falls
Jared joins Realtor Mike Hicks to discuss some of the benefits of owning a rental property in Idaho Falls. They take a look at a HUD-owned home and discuss what characteristics make a property a good investment. To learn more of the details behind owning rental property, watch this short video!    To get more information and view ...

Friday, April 17, 2015

First quarter home sales up in Bonneville County
Property Management Blog Home sales in Bonnville County jumped sharply in the first quarter of 2015, to a level not seen since the economic meltdown of 2008. With 308 homes sold, sales were up 28.4 percent over the first three months of 2014. The average time it took for a home to sell dropped under 100, the first time since 1007, while new listings climbed to ...

Friday, April 10, 2015

Why is Our Unique Management System Named after a Tree?
The Great Basin Bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva) are remarkable for their age and ability to survive adverse growing conditions. These conditions are harsh, with cold temperatures, high winds, and a short growing season. Bristlecone pines, in these high-elevation environments, grow very slowly and it seems that the secret to their longe...

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