For about two-and-a-half months our lives have centered on the many impacts of the coronavirus. And now, beginning yesterday, the Atlantic hurricane season has begun. Actually, as a curve ball, Mother Nature jumped the gun, with two named storms already having formed prior to the official start to the season.
To add to the many concerns with which many of us are living, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting higher than normal activity for th...
News changes hourly. It is nearly impossible to plan because of so much uncertainty. For landlords, though, there is a near certainty – tenants will stop making rent payments. Not everyone, maybe not even most. But there will be many.
We outline some strategies which may be taken individually or in combination. Will they work? We are not sure; we do know that doing nothing will certainly result in reduced rental income.
Know your numbers. It will be easier to explain to tenants your financial r...
Clutter is easily accumulated, often difficult to dispose of, and a hazard to your facilities.
By clutter I mean those couple of extra desks, the 5’ wide roll of butcher paper left over from “that” project, the sets from the school play twelve years ago, etc.
Stuff just seems to accumulate. Often someone feels that the items can be used again – some day; or that someone will be able to use that – if only we can find that someone; or, we have the space, so what is the harm?