Property Management Blog

Interview with Alan Silverman by AssociationHelpNow

Some community association boards just seem to get along and work together better than others. Is there something the property manager can do to make a board run more smoothly, cohesively and productively? We spoke with Alan Silverman, Chief Operating Officer of Del Val Realty & Property Management in Malvern, Pennsylvania, to find ou...

Landlords: How to Determine the Rental Amount for Your Property

I want to introduce several resources where a real estate investor or property owner can determine what rent you can charge for your investment property.   The three most popular websites available for this purpose are Zillow.com, Rentometer.com, and Craig’s List.  Zillow is the most popular and respected so we will start ...

Case Study Del Val Turnaround of 47 Rental Units

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Del Val Realty & Property Management (“Del Val”) took over the property management duties for a group of 47 rental units in Philadelphia and New Jersey in 4 separate buildings as of August 2015.  At the time Del Val took over, the buildings were being managed by a single real estate agent with little or no support. &n...

Case Study Del Val Turnaround of 47 Rental Units

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Del Val Realty & Property Management (“Del Val”) took over the property management duties for a group of 47 rental units in Philadelphia and New Jersey in 4 separate buildings as of August 2015.  At the time Del Val took over, the buildings were being managed by a single real estate agent with little or no support. &n...

How is Financing a Rental Property Purchase Different Than a Primary Residence?

How is Financing a Rental Property Purchase Different Than a Primary Residence? Financing a rental can be much different from financing a primary residence. Home buyers who understand and anticipate the difference between these two purchases can prepare in advance to buy the home of their choice.  Difference Between a Rental Prop...

Should Landlords Accept Tenants With Pets?

One of the interesting discussions I have with property owners is about pets and whether they should accept them. It is a hot topic, so I thought I would lay out the pros and cons and some of the things you can do to offset the potential risk of accepting pets.60% of Americans Own Pets!To start you need to understand that about 60% of Ame...

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Landlords - Should You Accept Tenants with Pets?

One of the interesting discussions I have with property owners is about pets and whether they should accept them. It is a hot topic, so I thought I would lay out the pros and cons and some of the things you can do to offset the potential risk of accepting pets.60% of Americans Own Pets!To start you need to understand that about 60% of Ame...

Why Should Landlords Increase Rent Every Year?

Do you own an investment property? And if so have you raised your rent every year?When I get hired by new clients or someone's thinking of hiring us, the topic of rent increases often comes up.  I learn they have not raised their tenant’s rent for a couple of years, 10 years in some cases because they “like the tenants&r...

Why Should a Landlord Increase Rent Every Year?

Do you own an investment property? And if so have you raised your rent every year?When I get hired by new clients or someone's thinking of hiring us, the topic of rent increases often comes up. I learn they have not raised their tenant’s rent for a couple of years, 10 years in some cases because they “like the tenants&rdqu...

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