Lake County Property Management Blog

Thursday, August 6, 2020

As we navigate our way through this summer, many of us are likely spending more of this season at our homes than usual. While relaxing outdoors can be a great way to spend your time, you might find that you are running into bug issues. Unfortunately, nice weather usually means an increase in pesky bug activities. Here are 5 simple ways to...

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

When Should You Invest In Rental Properties?
If you are considering becoming a property investor, you may wonder why you should buy a rental and what indicators to look for when trying to find a property. Here are some signs to look for if you are on the fence about investing in a rental that indicates it is a great time to buy!Low-Interest RatesWhen mortgage rates drop, it is much ...

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Every day, the world presents us with new technology. It seems like there isn’t much left that technology can’t do. Thankfully, with every advancement, many items have become more affordable. While a high-tech home may not be the choice for everyone, there are plenty of budget-friendly options to try out if you are interested ...

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Use Your COVID Downtime to Make a New Home Wish List
Maybe you haven’t started looking yet, or you found a home you love but COVID is postponing the move. Either way, you can use this time of waiting to create a plan or wish list for what you want to find or the changes you want to make. The best way to start this list is to use your current space to decide what you wouldn’t wan...

Thursday, July 2, 2020

If you’re getting ready to move, whether you are trying to sell your home or you’ve already purchased a new one, one of the first things that tends to cause stress in the process is the fear of packing all of your stuff. Whether you’ve been in your current space for a few months or several years, you’ve probably ac...

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Temperatures are rising which means that your utility bills are likely on the rise too. With the average American spending around $200 a month on energy, most are looking for a way to decrease those prices in any way they can. Just not using air conditioning is an unrealistic option, so there are other updates and changes you can make to ...

Thursday, June 18, 2020

How To Let Your Passions Shine Through Your Home Decor
It is easy to get caught up in decorating to fit the current styles in home decor. Instead of focusing on what is ‘in’ right now, consider incorporating your passions and what you love into your decor, so that for you, it will never go out of style. Here are some ways to use your talent, skills, and hobbies to decorate your ho...

Thursday, June 11, 2020

As temperatures begin to rise and alongside that, humidity levels, it is important to keep an eye on moisture levels in your home. Mold growth, pest infestations, and many other issues can arise from too much moisture. If you notice peeling paint, wet stains, mold smells, dark spots, or extra headaches occurring, you may have a moisture i...

Thursday, June 4, 2020

Having A Problem With a Rental? Here's How To Determine Responsibility!
One of the major reasons tenants choose to rent instead of buy is to avoid maintenance and repair costs.  Though the long-run savings might not be worth it, sometimes the immediate ones are a better choice for some. While most maintenance and repair costs fall on the home or building owner, there may be times when it is the renter&rs...

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Upgrade Your Zoom Chat Skills
Zoom, or other video, meetings seem to be the way of the future. Though many businesses may return to normal office hours, the requirement to work from home has shown us that there are some jobs that can be done from home with the use of certain technology. Now more than ever, video conferences for work are looking like the best way forwa...

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