5 Factors to Assess When Investing in a Rental Property

April 27, 2021

Becoming a landlord and achieving financial stability is a goal many are dreaming about. A great property investment may open up the opportunity for you to reach your financial goals. If you are considering investing in a rental property, you have to make your own research first and not just buy an investment rental property…


How to Certify Fire Escapes in Boston

March 15, 2021

  Last year, the Department of Fire Services recorded at least 29,461 fires in the state of Massachusetts. 16% higher compared to 2019 causing 44 civilian deaths, 245 civilian injuries, 594 fire service injuries, 854 arsons, and $266 million damage in properties. The top three causes of fires are smoking, electricity malfunction, and unattended cooking of…


Home Renovation: An Expert Guide

October 30, 2020

  In most renovations, you’re going to hear nightmare stories of general contractors that don’t show up, the subcontractors having issues, delays with materials, every excuse under the sun. These stories result in project delays. When it comes to investment property renovations, time is the equivalent to money.   Green Ocean’s Renovation Process    …


How to Maximize the Potential of your Property through Renovations?

September 30, 2020

  Let’s maximize the potential of your property!  Read on to get some tips from Green Ocean Property Management!   With every dollar that you put into your property, you want to make sure that you get a return on your investment. We can help you do that.   Property Assessment   We can help…


Top 5 Financial Red Flags when reviewing Tenant Applications

September 29, 2020

  As property managers, we need to make sure that our clients have responsible tenants. That is why we have listed our Top 5 Red Flags when reviewing potential tenant applications so that landlords can have immediate signs to turn down an applicant but if you see multiple red flags be warned! We have seen too…


Is Room Rental a Good Idea?

September 17, 2020

  With many landlords still facing vacancy, they’re continuing to drop prices, pay fees, but then they don’t know what to do afterwards.     Let me explain what a room rental is. Instead of having your entire apartment rented out, whether it’s a two or three-bedroom apartment rent it out to an entire group. What…


Top 5 Hacks to Return your Tenant’s Security Deposit after 9/1

September 15, 2020

We got through 9/1. Now the real work of fulfilling new tenant repairs and returning of security deposits needs to get done. This week’s property manager’s pulse, I’m going to be talking about security deposit returns, and how we make it a smooth process.   Preparation of Forms   Most landlords and management companies have…

Why A Management Fee Is An Investment Not An Expense

Why A Management Fee Is An Investment Not An Expense

September 3, 2020

  For this week’s property manager message, I have a special one today as this is a 9/1 turnover. This means that there are thousands of units across greater of Boston turning over. There are lots of tenants moving out with new tenants moving in, which means cleaning, as well as some repairs, as well…

Top 3 Ways to be Proactive when your Property is Vacant

Top 3 Ways to be Proactive when your Property is Vacant

August 27, 2020

  We are now less than a week away from September 1st, which means tons of move-ins and move-outs and potentially vacancy for hundreds, if not thousands, of landlords.   In this week’s property management pulse I’ll be covering three proactive ways that you can do if your property is going to be potentially vacant.…


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