Protect your guests and your business from trouble by establishing strong hotel safety and security procedures.
When guests book with you, they’re expecting a high level of hotel safety and security. After all, patrons are entrusting you with the well-being of themselves and their loved ones, in addition to the protection of their belongings. Precautions like extra secure room keys and peephole covers are the minimum when it comes to security but it’s the hotels who go above and beyond that really stand out. Guests sleep easy knowing hotel safety and security is a top priority for you and your staff. Keep your guests free from harm and satisfied with their experience with these safety tips.
A strong understanding of landlord rights will help you better manage your properties while fostering positive relationships with your tenants.
Landlord rights are laws and rules established to protect housing managers and their property. A fair rental agreement should protect both landlord rights and tenant rights, ensuring a healthy landlord-tenant relationship and clear communication between parties. As a property manager or building owner, you must find the balance between accommodating the needs of tenants and protecting your property (and your wallet). Here’s what you need to know about landlord rights.
The idea of implementing energy saving solutions at your hotel sounds great in theory; but in practice, it can raise concerns.
Guest experience is important and not every visitor wants to feel like they’re “roughing it.” We all know running a hotel is expensive and as an owner, you’re looking for ways to save. Cutting corners to implement energy saving solutions at your hotel can negatively impact guests’ experience and result in less-satisfied customers. It’s important to find a balance. Here’s how to adopt energy saving solutions without sacrificing your guests’ comfort.
Paper, paper, paper. Whether you run a restaurant, own a hotel or manage an apartment, paper is probably a huge part of your life. It’s still a fundamental tool of business management today, but it’s increasingly becoming less and less necessary. If you’re thinking of switching to digital, the time is now.
Turn a hard-to-market small studio apartment into a high-demand property with simple tips to boost the appeal.
Small studio apartments are often thought of as challenging units for property owners to fill. Striking the right balance between affordability and profitability is the challenge to finding tenants, but if the space is marketed correctly, the pool of potential renters opens up significantly. Proper marketing requires capitalizing on a product’s appeal. Small spaces offer many advantages for smart renters. All it takes is basic marketing prowess and thinking outside the (small) box.
Every landlord knows, renters often need a lot of information before they sign the dotted line.
Just when you think you’ve heard every question out there a renter will come up with a new one. Can I install a solarium? Do you allow pot-bellied pigs? Do you mean, I’M responsible for cleaning the oven? Most building-managers have heard it all. While you can’t anticipate every question, there are many you can. Here are the 12 basic renter questions every landlord should be prepared to answer.
The hospitality industry is changing and with alternative options like Airbnb becoming the norm, hoteliers may worry about relevance. Rest assured, many travelers still enjoy staying in hotels for the privacy, amenities, and experience. Here’s what you need to know about attracting guests and filling your rooms.
Renting is no longer just for college kids and young executives.
Baby Boomers are hitting retirement age and drawn to the convenience of renting. Here’s what every building owner needs to know.The face of the senior market is changing rapidly. As Baby Boomers hit retirement age, many are seeking the convenience and sense of community found in rental properties.
Attract renters by ensuring your properties are kid-friendly and child-safe!
Property owners know, every apartment must be safe for every age (and the Fair Housing Act protects all families who wish to rent). Rather than looking at child-safety as another task on your to-do list, savvy landlords know that appealing to families is important. Families with kids are often stable, responsible renters—here’s how to create a child-safe property to attract great tenants.