Happy About Apartment Management: 30 Years of Expert Tips and Advice on Multifamily Property Management By: Robert W. Klag, M. Gary Wong, Steven M. McDonald, Gemma G. Lim, HappyAbout.Info
,21265 Stevens Creek Blvd., Suite 205, Cupertino, CA 95014, ISBN 160005031X , 978-1600050312, $19.95, 84 Pages, 2006
If you’re looking for a no-nonsense, nuts and bolts book on building and tenant management, pick up a copy of Happy About Apartment Management. Written by an ensemble of experienced managers, the just-the-facts-please content is a quick study in the areas and technologies a new or experienced owner should keep their eyes on. While the book is filled with quick-tips and advice to keep your eye on the prize; the business of managing a building is the common thread. If you’re looking to profit from apartment building ownership, this should be required reading.
Major content sections are divided into parts with sub-chapters. Parts include: Technology and Property Management, Occupancy and Marketing, Property Management, Affordable Housing, Asset Management, and Portfolio Performance. Each Additional features are an introduction, about the authors and Westlake Realty Group,Inc, and a resource appendix.
A handy reference tool for apartment building owners, 1031 Exchange Qualifying Intermediaries, real estate editors and educators, leasing and rental managers, real estate agents and brokers.
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