Commercial and residential buildings account for 39% of the carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. Is your property management company doing everything it can to be more sustainable? Now more than ever, it’s essential to make sure you’re investing in green initiatives, not just because it’s better for the environment but because your business will depend on it.
Day: June 24, 2021
On Sept. 1st, 2020, the CDC issued a temporary halt in residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. The order imposed a temporary national moratorium on most evictions for non-payment of rent to help prevent the spread of the virus. The average person spends more than 30% of their income on housing and lives paycheck to paycheck with little to no savings. That is one of the reasons why the eviction moratorium was extended. The order applies to all standard rental housing, including mobile homes. It does not cover hotels, motels or other guest home rentals. A complete list of qualifications can be found at the National Low Income Housing Coalition website: nlihc.org.
New Hires: Renae Marquis — New Assistant Property Manager at Arbors at Brighton Park and Windsor Crossing for Paredim CommunitiesViviana Kirby — New Assistant Property Manager at Brook Hollow and Fairway for Paredim CommunitiesAldolfo Gonzalez — New Maintenance Technician at Brook Hollow and Fairway for Paredim CommunitiesThomas Briggs — New Leasing Consultant at Soundview at …
CTAA is a client association of TCORS Capitol Group, LLC, (TCG) a government relations and association management company with a dozen organization clients. Jessica managed CTAA and a couple of other organizations, and she took advantage of the opportunity to serve as the new executive director of a regional chamber of commerce. The timing of this opportunity to join the TCG team was perfect for me and allows me to bring my association management experience to CTAA.