Category: Property Management Philadelphia



How to Write Great Rental Descriptions?

Written By: on April 4, 2021 Like Lakewood property management firms and other full-service property management companies, property management companies should learn how to write rental descriptions with the most impact. Scouting a great new location and finding a new property to list with the help of your commercial property managers is awesome – until you realize that no one seems to be interested. Whether the neighborhood or the property has a great reputation won’t matter if no one wants to tour the new property. That’s why you need to hook potential tenants with the short copy or text that comes with every listing. Here are [...]
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Why and How to Use a GRM Calculator When Considering an Investment Property

Written By: on March 21, 2021

Are you interested in running some numbers on a property that you think might be a good addition to your existing investments? Or perhaps you want to know if the new city you have been eyeing is a good place to start looking for properties for your real estate investing? The GRM or gross rental multiplier can provide you with an answer. It’s not the most precise method, but it’s a good enough measure of a new property’s potential profitability. What makes the GRM an invaluable tool for investors is it’s very simple, and you can get ballpark figures immediately. […]

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Renting to College Students: Benefits and Disadvantages

Written By: on February 21, 2021

In the US, 55% of college students live in on-off campus rental housing. This segment comprises a bigger chunk compared to those who live in on-campus accommodations. College students also account for 12% of the total rental unit occupancies in the country in 2020. The Fair Housing Act indicates that for the most part, you can’t refuse to rent to people just because they’re college students. Some states also have very specific laws that can get landlords fined if they decide to decline a renter based on arbitrary characteristics. But should you open your 2-bedroom house for rent or any […]

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Marketing Best Practices for Property Managers

Written By: on February 7, 2021

If you are a property manager who has just gotten around to beginning your digital marketing efforts and have no roadmap yet, you’re in for a treat. Today marks day one of your digital marketing boot camp. Today’s blog will cover the essentials of marketing for asset management in Philadelphia 19152, accounting in Philadelphia PA Oxford Circle, and those who manage Philadelphia homes for rent, business property for rent, office building for rent, and commercial property for lease, etc. This guide will also help property management in Willow Grove, property management in northeast Philadelphia, and surrounding locales. Moving to Digital […]

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Local Winter Preparation Tips for Landlords and Property Managers

Written By: on January 24, 2021

Cold weather maintenance and preparation are essential. It’s unlikely that landlords would want to deal with serious issues during winter. Preventive maintenance and care of rental properties can help maintain smooth operations in all residential properties, commercial places for rent, business properties for rent in Lower Bucks, Eastern Montgomery, Northeastern Philadelphia, and surrounding areas. Whether you own single-family homes or luxury apartments, wintertime means preventive maintenance time. Below are some key pointers for all landlords. Furnaces and Boilers Should Be Serviced Heating season means that furnaces and boilers will once again be put to the test. Your heating units should […]

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COVID-19 Property Management Update

Written By: on January 10, 2021

The pandemic has defined the year, and Pennsylvania, like other states, has only begun to recover from the year’s ups and downs truly. Today’s blog covers many property management updates in Philadelphia, Jenkintown, Eastern Montgomery, Lower Bucks, and surrounding areas. McSherry Property Management is dedicated to helping landlords and tenants in this crucial time of recovery in the new normal. Landlord Capital Loans Landlord Capital Loans are administered by the Impact Loan Fund and is designed to help landlords who have fifteen or less residential rental units stay afloat during this crucial time of recovery. The guidelines indicate that rental […]

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