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Adam L. Greenberg CPS

U.S.
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I have several years of experience in commercial property management, particularly in tenant retention but also in day-to-day tenant relations and service. Tenant relations and property management are the same whether residential or commercial--everyone takes he same licensing classes. It's the practical work experience that differentiates the two. I can answer questions relating to general topics but by law, because I was formerly licensed as a Real Estate Salesperson by The Missouri Real Estate Commission (2005-2014), I cannot give legal advice and as per Items #4 and #5 of the AllExperts User Agreement, and my answers may not be construed as such.

Stefani Nachatilo

Available
I can answer basic beginner questions like "How do I get started buying my 1st rental property" and "What to look for when taking an application on a tennant." "Here`s what capital I have to work with -- what are my options?"

Gary C. Dunn

Available
I can answer questions about where to live rent-free in the US or other countries as a property caretaker. I have been publishing rent-free living opportunities world-wide since 1983.

John Souerbry

U.S.
Available
Property buy/sell decisions; market rent analysis; cost control/profit improvement; property management procedures; real estate portfolio management; selling real estate held by estates in probate or trust.

K. David Meit, CPM

U.S.
Available
Real estate investment, operations, renovation, marketing, and administration. Specializing in urban multifamily, DC rent control, property repositioning, change management and building high performance operating teams. For more information, please visit www.oculusrealty.com

Doug Chasick, The Apartment Doctor

U.S.
Available
I can assist property management professionals ONLY (I DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS FROM RESIDENTS/TENANTS) with anything related to the management, marketing, leasing and general operations of multifamily properties with at least 100 units. PLEASE NOTE: I am NOT an attorney and CANNOT offer any assistance to residents by answering questions about your business relationship with your landlord - I CANNOT ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR LEASE. Please visit me at www.aptdoctor.com / www.twitter.com/aptdoctor

Mike Fortunato

U.S.
Available
Very familiar with all aspects of property management (tenant/landlord issues, lease administration, facilities maintenance, financials, etc). 25+ years in property management

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2016-12-08 Breaking Lease, Landlord's Obligation To Replace In Good Faith:

Sometimes when a tenant breaks a lease, a landlord will offer an early termination fee to allow for the early termination of the lease without any further recourse. You can either pay that fee and be let

2016-12-01 if move after 20 years:

Hi, Lee, and thanks for your question!  The simple answer is, "Possibly."    My experience is in commercial real estate, but a tenant is a tenant and a lease is a lease.  Agents take the same licensing

2016-12-01 HOA:

A Homeowners Association is a non-profit corporation, therefore I recommend you speak with an attorney regarding how to form one. It is very likely that you won't be able to force the vacant homeowner

2016-09-14 Getting apts A.D.A accessible.:

I suppose you could try speaking with the property managers or property owners, but this issue is usually more complex than meets the eye. Often there are difficulties in putting ramps on older properties

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