Author: Alex Delaney  At Compass Property Management, we are staying on top of our rent rolls. We are following up with all delinquent tenants, offering them empathy, support, resources and options. We are allowing weekly payments, if necessary, for those reliant on unemployment checks. We suspended late fees for April and May and we are…

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Author: Alex Delaney You are not alone. The Covid-19 pandemic has rocked our world to the core. But you don’t have to wait for everything to fall apart. There are steps you can take to keep your credit in good shape, or at least keep it from bottoming out. 1) Determine your budget. We are…

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Author: Alex Delaney In 2019,  the economy was surging, but experts were starting to predict a slowdown. We took their advice and streamlined our company allowing us to focus on what we do best, the management of rental properties. We believed this move would allow us to tighten our belts and navigate a potentially shrinking…

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Author: Alex Delaney There is a lot of information out there regarding the Covid-19 virus. We want you to be safe, so we have reviewed Red Cross, CDC, Johns Hopkins and other websites to bring you the most up to date information in an easily reviewed format. This is a new disease and we are…

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Author: Alex Delaney In this time of social distancing, vacation plans have been put on hold creating a devastating financial setback for short-term vacation rental owners. There is a lot of concern that the current pandemic situation will not resolve until a vaccine is available, which is currently projected to be a year to a…

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Author: Alex Delaney Winter is a time of slow down in the housing market. People don’t want to move during the holidays or cold months and the extra holiday expenses impact budgets, making deposits and first month’s rent harder to pull together. But that doesn’t mean you can’t rent your property during the winter months.…

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Author: Alex Delaney The baby boomer generation started at the close of World War II and ended in 1964. The economy thrived through most of their years, allowing them a measure of wealth unheard of in their parents’ generation, which had suffered through the Great Depression. That wealth allowed 45% of them to purchase homes…

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