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This is a compilation of Kings III's blog posts relating to the property manager and advice, tips and practices relating specifically to their job title.


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Property Management Safety Concerns By The Numbers

Property Management Safety Concerns By The Numbers

Emergency preparedness is a must for property managers, but unless you've encountered a large onsite emergency, you may find yourself running through the motions. These numbers show why preparation must be taken seriously and what you should prepare for.

Hurricane Season 2017 Update - One Year Later

Hurricane Season 2017 Update - One Year Later

It has been a little over a year since Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria wreaked havoc on our country, but some of the property damage remains lasting. Take a look at what still needs to be done and how you can prevent damage during this year's hurricane season.

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.

Laundry Facility Safety Tips for Property Managers

Laundry Facility Safety Tips for Property Managers

Have a laundry facility on-site? Life safety should apply throughout your entire property, but there are certain areas, like the laundry facility, that present unique risks and require extra care. Take these steps to ensure things run safely and smoothly.

Property Unit Inspections : How and When

Property Unit Inspections : How and When

Property managers recognize the importance of preventative maintenance and inspections when it comes to property safety/upkeep, but the lines become a little blurred when it comes to unit inspections. Perform them effectively with these tips.

Your Emergency Action Plan: Addressing an Active Shooter

Your Emergency Action Plan : Addressing an Active Shooter

Active shooter preparedness has, unfortunately, become an essential part of property emergency response. Learn tips you can give your tenants, employees and visitors should they ever face an active shooter or other violent situation at your building or property.

Flash Flood Protection and Safety Tips

Flash Flood Protection and Safety Tips

Some of the most common emergencies that property managers encounter are weather-related, with flash flooding right at the top of the list. Just because flash flooding is common doesn't mean it can't produce grave results. Here's how you can prepare.

Protect Yourself When Dealing With An Unstable Tenant

Protect Yourself When Dealing With An Unstable Tenant

In property management, the goal is to make all tenants happy. Unfortunately, this can't always be the case. Learn what you can do to prevent running into this as well as how to mitigate the situation if it does occur in order to keep you and your tenants safe.

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.

Lobby Security Basics

Lobby Security Basics

As a property manager, you may not always prioritize lobby safety since it is one of the most public areas on property. However, this also makes it the most accessible. This creates some essential security needs. See what you may be overlooking.

How To Safely Deal With Vacant Properties

How To Safely Deal With Vacant Properties

A vacant property does not mean less work for the property manager. In fact, sometimes it can add even more stress with extra property safety and maintenance items to consider. Follow these tips for a safer and more hassle-free property vacancy.

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.

Safety Amenities That Attract Families and Singles

Safety Amenities That Attract Families and Singles

With more and more unfortunate circumstances occurring all around us, property safety falls high on most people's priority list when deciding where to live. Here are some property safety amenities that will help you stand out to potential residents.

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.

Child Safety in a Commercial Building

Child Safety in a Commercial Building

Commercial buildings are typically designed with adults in mind, but visiting children are a frequent occurrence. As the property manager, you are liable for children safety in your commercial building. Here are some things to keep in mind.

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.

Parking Lot Safety Tips

Parking Lot Safety Tips

Parking lot safety isn't always the first area that property managers look at when it comes to property safety, but in reality, parking lots can be hot spots for many different types of danger. Learn what you can to do help keep your parking lot safe.

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.

Protect Your Property From Vandalism

Protect Your Property From Vandalism

Vandalism is a threatening and common issue that many property managers will unfortunately run into at one point or another, but there are steps you can take to prevent vandalism and other similar property emergencies. Read on in this blog post.

How Safe Are Your Stairs?

How Safe Are Your Stairs ?

Faulty, unstable stairs can cause code violations and accidents. We don't often think about stairwells, but for property managers, they require a lot of thought and preventative measures. Read to help ensure stronger, sturdier stairs and stairwells.

Property Managers: Check Out The Latest Tech Designed For You

Property Managers : Check Out The Latest Tech Designed For You

Property managers often have to wear many hats. This can get stressful and time consuming, but with certain technology tools, you can operate efficiently with ease. In this blog post, see what's out there to help you work better.

Keep Your Self-Storage Facility Safe With These Tips

Keep Your Self-Storage Facility Safe With These Tips

Storage facilities are one of the fastest sectors within the real estate industry, but they don't come without their own challenges and safety issues. Here's a few safety items of which to pay attention.

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.