Video-Boosting Apartment Performance
by:Dupre & Scott Apartment Advisors
Is it possible to boost bottom line apartment revenue by 20% or
more this year? A special video and 16-page article by Dupre + Scott
Apartment Advisors discusses how, thanks to 80 tips sent to them by 72
investors and property managers over the past couple of weeks. The
video/article is called Boosting Apartment Performance and can be seen
Habitat for Humanity Home Improvement
The rapidly increasing cost of land and construction in the Seattle area
compelled their Habitat affiliate to seek new ways of
funding their mission to help low-income families buy affordable
housing. Habitat affiliates around the U.S. operate more than 500
building materials retail stores.
Nowadays, who isn’t looking to make a buck or find a bargain? Both
are inevitable at 2good2toss.com, City of Tacoma and Pierce
County’s joint endeavor to keep reusable items out of the
landfill. Featuring a new look and higher price limit, 2good2toss.com
offers residents a way to post their reusable household items and
building materials on the Web site priced from free up to $199 (limit
increase from $99 as of April 1). Bargains can be found in more than 40
categories including listings for garage sales, another outlet to give
reusable items a second life. Diverting reusable items from the landfill
since 2003, 2good2toss.com is a statewide partnership comprising 14
city/county sites, which are sponsored by Washington State Department of
Ecology. Since the program’s inception, the Tacoma/Pierce County
site has been the largest and most successful of all the partner sites,
boasting 6,800 members, 7,500 exchanges and diverting 420 tons of
material from the landfill.
Don't Flush Trouble!
Easy to read flyer that you can post in your building common areas and
hand out to your tenants showing them what items should not be flushed
down the toilet.
Lewis County Rental Property Owners
If you own rental property in Lewis County, be sure to check out LCROA!
(Lewis County Rental Owners Association)
Residential Burglary Prevention
Downloadable booklet on Residential Burglary Prevention from the Tacoma
Crime Free Program
LinksByZip is a resource where you can search for
non-emergency numbers by zip code location. This resource covers King