RealtyCom Updates2018-06-12T16:19:59-06:00


Bulk Service Agreements – 3 Items to Consider

By Mike Sloan Bulk Service Agreements can help property owners provide an amenity to residents, with a measure of cost certainty in the process.  As with all agreements, the terms and provisions within the agreement will determine the relative value of an Owner-provided Bulk program.  Here is a look at [...]

By |June 2nd, 2020|0 Comments

Revenue Share – Inspect what you Expect

By Rush Blakely Revenue share and other types of compensation agreements are commonplace between apartment community owners and the telecommunications service providers that serve their residents.  Despite this, there is no one-size fits all program.  Some revenue share plans are based on a sliding scale (higher subscription rates equal higher [...]

By |May 12th, 2020|0 Comments

Donating Food & Meeting Neighbors during Covid

By Annie Manfredi CEO Since we just moved here in August we really hadn’t had the opportunity to meet our neighbors. We had thought that we’d send them a note for a gathering to introduce ourselves and then Covid sort of interrupted those plans!  After watching the news night after [...]

By |May 5th, 2020|0 Comments

A Business of Pennies

By Steve Lefkovits Partner I live in a 55 unit condo community, with seven separate buildings. Like many people in commercial real estate, I’ve ended up serving on the condo board by default. Our excellent manager recently questioned a 28% increase in our costs for the eight copper, analog telephone [...]

By |April 29th, 2020|0 Comments

Covid-19 Multifamily Industry Update

By Cristy Boucher We understand our clients have a lot on their minds during the COVID-19 pandemic both personally and professionally as we navigate shelter-in-place orders and self-quarantine. We realize the impact this virus has at your communities, rent delinquency and potential mortgage deferments, as well as your leasing operations [...]

By |April 13th, 2020|0 Comments