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Dawn Pelikan

Business Development Coordinator Kings III

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Combating Crime On Your Property

Combating Crime On Your Property

Simply put, preventing crime on your property is necessary due to liability. Criminal acts can range in danger and severity, but even the most minor instances place you and your tenants in a compromising position. Here's what you can do.

Best Ways To Communicate With Your Tenants Digitally

Best Ways To Communicate With Your Tenants Digitally

It's no longer a novel idea to use digital technology to reach your tenants- it's an expectation. But with ever-advancing tool sets, figuring out how to do it effectively can be daunting. Here's how to do it right by considering the tenant's experience.

Reputation Management for Property Managers

Reputation Management for Property Managers

As a property manager, you know that prospective tenants are swayed by your online presence. Here's how you can use reputation management to put your best face forward.

Property Renovation Checklist

Property Renovation Checklist

New year, new property? It's always important to look for ways to improve your site, especially at the beginning of the year. See our property renovation recommendations along with tips for keeping things running smoothly while the changes are underway.

Handling False Alarms on Your Property

Handling False Alarms on Your Property

Why are false emergency calls made? Simply put, we're all susceptible to human error. Property managers may face repercussions for false emergency calls made on-site, but this doesn't have to be the case. See how Kings III handles these situations.

Emergency Planning : Preparing for the Worst

Emergency Planning : Preparing for the Worst

When it comes to property safety and emergency preparedness, even your back up plans need back up plans. Being in emergency response, Kings III fully embodies this. See how we help ensure there's ALWAYS someone on the other line to answer emergency calls.

A Pool Phone in Winter?

A Pool Phone in Winter ?

You may be inclined to switch off your pool phone service during your pool's off season, but by doing so you may be leaving your property vulnerable and your residents at risk. Here's what you need to know about pool-related emergencies in the winter.

Combatting Dispatch Center Shortages During Mass Emergencies

Combating Dispatch Center Shortages During Mass Emergencies

During mass emergencies, such as natural disasters, 911 call centers and other emergency dispatch centers can become limited in resources and can only help so many people. Learn how Kings III works to withstand this phenomenon.

Keeping Properties Safe in the Event of a Power Outage

Keeping Properties Safe in the Event of a Power Outage

For those in property management, a power outage isn't just a personal annoyance. It can have large-scale and sometimes even dangerous implications. If a power outage occurs on your site, these are the safety items you must pay attention to.

Flood Insurance for your Property - Take Action While You Can

Flood Insurance for your Property - Take Action While You Can

Come November 30th, property managers may not have access to the same flood insurance options. Congress must reevaluate the National Flood Insurance Program on this date, and its authorization isn't guaranteed. Learn what this means for you.

America Is Facing A Call Center Worker Shortage

America Is Facing A Call Center Worker Shortage

Recent news has shown that 911 emergency call centers have been struggling, making dedicated emergency telephone call centers more important than ever. See how Kings III is rising to the occasion.

In Case of Emergency, Wait Here: Your Best Options for an Area of

Your Best Options for an Area of Refuge

The area of refuge is a staple when it comes to emergency preparedness and response and is a requirement for overall property safety. Here are the need to know's when it comes to requirements for the areas of refuge on-site.

Talk To Your Tenants About Fire Safety

Talk To Your Tenants About Fire Safety

Property managers are often aware of the steps they need to take for overall property fire safety, but they may be leaving an important one out- talking to tenants about THEIR safety responsibilities. Here's what they need to know.

Campus Safety Tips

Campus Safety Tips

Like with any other property, there's no way to create a foolproof plan that keeps your campus safe from harm. There are, however, essential safety tips to relay to campus guests to help make it a safer place. Let's walk through some of the essentials.

How To Detect Structural Damage in Public Pools

How To Detect Structural Damage in Public Pools

Public pool safety involves many different aspects, one of which being to keep a regular eye on pool maintenance and how it affects your pool's condition. Learn what to look out for when it comes to your pool's structure in order to avoid safety mishaps.

Often Overlooked ADA Compliance Areas on Your Property

Often Overlooked ADA Compliance Areas on Your Property

We all want everybody, regardless of ability, to live without discrimination, but many property managers run into uncertainties when it comes to The Americans with Disabilities Act. Make sure your property is totally compliant and accessible to all.

Life Safety for Children on Multifamily Properties

Life Safety for Children on Multifamily Properties

Life safety for both your adult AND children residents is your responsibility, and children come with their own unique set of risks. Here are some safety measures that you can take on your multifamily property specifically with children in mind.

How To Stay Safe as a Property Manager

How To Stay Safe as a Property Manager

Property managers stay safe by making a conscious effort to look out for the safety of their properties and tenants, but they don't always actively think about their own safety. Here are property manager safety tips that they should follow.

Why an Old School Emergency Phone Trumps a Mobile Safety App

Why an Old School Emergency Phone Trumps a Mobile Safety App

Landlines are quickly disappearing from our everyday lives, but what's true for the individual does not always compute for public areas. Emergency phones offer invaluable parking lot and campus safety benefits unmatched by the cell phone. Learn why.

Hold On! Step Into The Fastest Elevators in the World

Hold On! Step Into The Fastest Elevators in the World

As buildings become smarter, elevators are becoming faster. Discover how and where the world's fastest elevators are moving.

Property Management To-Do?s During Hurricane Season

Property Management To Do's During Hurricane Season

Between June and November, hurricane season becomes a force of nature that property managers need to reckon with -- and prepare for. Keep this post handy to get yourself, your staff and your tenants into hurricane-ready preparedness.

Property Managers : Should You Use an Online Screening Service?

Property Managers : Should You Use an Online Screening Service?

Screening potential residents is essential for a property manager's liability & overall property safety, and online screening services can make the process more efficient. Learn how using a service benefits you & how to choose one best for your needs.

Elevator Facts You Didn't Know You Needed

Elevator Facts You Didn't Know You Needed

The elevator - this often-underappreciated innovation should always remind us that the sky's the limit. Here are some uplifting facts and figures regarding how the rise of elevators has accelerated the capabilities and potential of civilization.

Renting to Millennials : The Possibilities and the Liabilities

Renting to Millennials : The Possibilities and the Liabilities

Property managers have no shortage of Millennials looking to rent, but with a rush often comes unforeseen traps, sometimes creating a property management liability. We suggest six red flags to consider when opening your doors to younger renters.

Attracting Millennial Occupants

Attracting Millennial Occupants

As millennials continue to make up a larger and larger share of those renting properties, it is important for property managers to take measures to make their rentals attractive to this generation. This blog post provides guidelines on how to do so.