How Social Media Use Can Leave Your Client’s Building at Risk
Digital “transparency” is becoming more and more prominent in today’s society and can leave your client’s apartment building or condominium complex at risk for…
- Dissemination of false information about their complex to a wide group of people.
- Physical crimes at their building.
- Even identity crimes that could open their property management staff to accusations of negligence.
When was the last time your property manager client’s security team considered the issue of publicly available information regarding their residents, staff and building?
As the fear of Coronavirus spreads, unfortunately, so do the rumors. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has created immense panic and uncertainty. Before passing on any rumor, take the time to verify it. Get your information from trusted sources like coronavirus.gov or your state and local government’s official websites.
With the COVID-19 situation, many people who don’t usually work remotely are working from home—this may sound like a dream, but navigating the waters of this new work situation can prove to be difficult, at least at first.
Are your Client’s Properties Ready for Freezing Temperatures?
As we all know, water expands as it freezes, putting an extreme amount of pressure on whatever is containing it, including metal or plastic pipes.