Thayer & Associates Red Sox Outing with IREM Boston Chapter #4

On June 21st Thayer & Associates enjoyed an outing to the Boston Red Sox together with the IREM Boston Chapter #4.

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Common Damage Vs Wear-and-Tear in Rental Units 

If you are a landlord or property manager you know that there is some level of regular wear-and-tear damage that you are willing to accept when a tenant moves...

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John Scarpaci of Thayer & Associates Awarded Community Associations Manager of the Year

We are proud to announce that John Scarpaci, one of the property managers here at Thayer & Associates, has been awarded Community Associations Manager of the Year by the...

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Prioritizing Maintenance Requests 

Maintenance requests come in all shapes and sizes, from burst pipes to refreshing exterior painting and everything in between. Experienced facilities managers know that not all maintenance requests are...

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Qualities of a Good Landlord 

In medieval and manorial times, the word landlord often took on many negative connotations from an emphasis on crime to a malevolent land owner. Now, in the modern day,...

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Handling Conflict Resolution in Apartment Complexes 

Disagreements between neighbors living in close quarters, such as apartment complexes, are a common issue and should be handled with care by the landlord, homeowners association, or property management...

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How To Build Better Communication with Tenants 

Regular communication is an absolute must between property management companies and their tenants. Need the parking lot clear of cars for winter plowing? You’ll need to communicate that with...

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Minimizing Stress During Tenant Transitions 

In an ideal world, good tenants would move in and stay for eternity. Unfortunately, the world is far from perfect and somewhere along your time as a property manager...

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How to Find & Keep Quality Tenants 

One of the best ways for property managers or landlords to protect their investment property is to find quality tenants who will care for the unit and the property,...

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Prepping Your Rental for a Smooth Turnover 

As property managers, we are very familiar with the rental turnover cycle. Tenants move in; tenants move out. It is a part of life and there is some sense...

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