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Top Property Management Blogs You Need To Be Reading

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You know one of the most exciting about the real estate industry? It keeps on changing all the time.

With the ever-changing trends, it also becomes imperative that as a property manager, you should educate yourselves, and stay updated with the latest practices, but how?

Well, reading the top property management blogs makes you innovative and also keeps you on the top of industry trends. They also offer you a wealth of knowledge and seamlessly provides you with the outstanding resources.

But in case, if you are not sure which blogs to browse through, here are the top 5 property management blogs that you can look up to.

 

CoreLogic

CoreLogic is Australia’s one of the most reliable and comprehensive sources of real estate talks. Known as one of the largest providers of information and analytics related to property management in Australia and New Zealand. You’re probably already known about this blog, their property analytics and market updates.

But, do you know CoreLogic also have an extensive Resource Library and News section for realtors too? You will find information on many topics, such as commercial and residential property management, real estate marketing, property technology and lead generation.

 

Smart Property Investments Magazine Blog

This blog is updated daily with a range of amazing and latest articles on real estate. You will get information on what’s happening in the industry, guide and tips, investing in different states of Australia on the blog. The short yet in-depth articles will give you a great daily dose of investing motivation and knowledge.

 

The Real Estate Conversation

This blog covers residential properties in all forms in Australia. This blog talks about the most desirable homes in the county. It keeps its readers informed about hot topics such as taxation, overseas investment, interest rates, exclusive data all of which are written by industry experts. The Real Estate Conversation also profiles the most successful leaders of the Australian real estate industry.

 

Positive Real Estate

This blog runs a local mentorship program in Australia and New Zealand. It guides people towards creating a large and strong investment property portfolio. The content on Positive Real Estate is pretty exceptional. All the posts on this blog are long and detailed. But, you can easily skim through these posts. It means Positive Real Estate is suitable whether you have just a few minutes to scan the blog or have some serious learning goals.

 

Elite Agent

Elite Agent is the place to be for property managers, principals, investors and real estate professionals alike. Their dedicated section, Elite PM is for all things related to property management. It includes interviews with the leading real estate agents, successful property managers, case studies, tips and guides, expert advice, marketing, technology and growth. 

 

Final thoughts

For a property manager, taking care of the units is not all the work. Becoming a great property manager requires proper knowledge of trends, rules, and regulations so that your residents are completely satisfied.

What are you waiting for?

Grab your cup of coffee, browse through these blogs and stay updated with all the latest trends.

Also, to improve your efficiency, relationships, and customer service, you can always refer to the Bricks +Agent’s software.

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Topics: Insider, Property Management Advice

Rafael Niesten

Written by Rafael Niesten

In his early 20s, Perth local Rafael Niesten, won a scholarship to study in Canada, with that came the opportunity to volunteer at a local radio station. That spawned his entrepreneurial streak, returning to Perth in 2001 he set up community radio Groove FM. More by luck than design, they became successful, too successful as they took a significant chunk of the Perth Market. This sent up the red flag with his commercial competitors who saw to it that he came before the Australian Broadcasting Authority and on technicalities such as the number of volunteers he was forced to move on. He received the citizen of the year award for Western Australia (youth) and was a finalist in the Australian of the year awards (Youth). Falling on his sword he turned to running small and large scale events, all the while buying, renovating and selling properties. Buying and selling land and renovated houses provided a grounding in the property industry. He founded a cloud based medical grade voice recognition company, followed by co founding the first true cloud application for private practice in the health sector. He successfully exited these ventures at the end of 2016 and began building Bricks+Agent.