CPM of the Year

Lucinda Lilley on winning the CPM of the Year award! At the IREM Global Summit in Ft. Lauderdale a few years ago, I spent some amazing quality time with other IREM members.  As we shared stories of our professional lives, I spoke of having a dream.  Yes, I developed my “I have a dream!” speech....

What goes into a turnover?

A turnover, is when you move out of your home and we are turning the unit for the next person. There is a common misconception that property managers want residents to move. That could not be further from the truth. Keeping good residents in our homes is the number 1 goal. Why? Because a move...

Licensed Contractor vs. Handyman- Part 2

Homeowners May Have to Pay for Additional Repairs Beyond assuming the responsibility for injured workers, you also need to be wary of shoddy workmanship. While there is no guarantee that a licensed contractor’s work will be any better than that of an unlicensed contractor, their work will at least be protected by liability insurance and...

Licensed Contractor vs Handyman- Part 1

If you project is $500 or more (combined labor and materials) the contractor must hold a current, valid license. Specifically, from the California State Licensing Board. Using a licensed contractor means that they’ve met the requirements for that line of work as required. Risks of Hiring Unlicensed Contractors The fact is that working on large...


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