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Welcome to the Logical Property Management Blog. Below you'll find blog posts specific to Property Owners or Tenants to learn more about how we work and what you should be looking for.

2022-01-18

Detroit Landlords are Selling – but Which Ones & Why?

Back in 2017 (check our blogs!) when Detroit announced their plans to enforce their Certificate of Compliance statutes, we predicted the following: A. Short-term landlords would eventually sell their Detroit rentals instead of doing the repairs to obtain a Certificate of Compliance. B. Committed investors would then have buying opportunities. C. Compliant landlords would see […]

2022-01-10

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter W-Z

  We’ve now reached our final installment of our comprehensive Ultimate Real Estate Glossary. If you’re just starting out, feel free to go back and catch up on all the terms! Our glossary tackles all the important terms from A-Z to complete your real estate industry knowledge. For this particular installment, we’re tackling the terms […]

2021-11-22

COVID-19 Tenant Rent Payment Performance Update through October 2021

We truly hope you appreciate our extra efforts to keep you informed about the COVID impact on tenant rent payment performance. There are a lot of issues outside of our control, but we want to communicate to keep you informed. Please send us any suggestions for what additional information you’d like to see. Please be […]

2021-11-15

Understanding Cap Rates to Gain the Highest Returns on Investment

Capitalization rate (or cap rates) is a term that real estate investors use to determine the value of an income-producing property. Unfortunately, it’s also one of those terms that cause head-scratching among some people, as it sounds like something you’d see in an accounting course rather than when talking about mortgages and properties. So what […]

2021-10-04

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter i

  Almost any industry comes with its own language, and when you’re a newcomer, it can all seem pretty opaque. Real estate is no exception. You might feel a little overwhelmed if you’re just starting out as a landlord, but don’t worry. The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary has your back. Once you’ve familiarized yourself with […]

2021-09-20

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter O

Real estate can be a bit confusing when you’re new to the industry. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. The latest installment of our Ultimate Real Estate Glossary is here to guide you through real estate terminology. This non-exhaustive list of words is intended for landlords, property managers, and interested tenants to know […]

2021-09-10

COVID-19 Tenant Payment Performance Update through August 20

We truly hope you appreciate our extra efforts to keep you informed about the COVID impact on tenant rent payment performance. There are a lot of issues outside of our control, but we want to communicate to keep you informed. Please send us any suggestions for what additional information you’d like to see. Please be […]

2021-09-06

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter N

If you’re an average person just coming into real estate, it can be challenging to understand the industry’s jargon. That is why we’ve come back with the next installment of the Ultimate Real Estate Glossary series. We’ll run down the basic list of real estate terms you should know to find your footing in real […]

2021-08-23

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter M

  The real estate industry can be a daunting prospect if you’re new to it as a tenant or property manager. That’s why we’re bringing you the next installment in the Ultimate Real Estate Glossary series.  Real estate terminology is almost a whole different language at times, so our guide covers words and concepts that […]

2021-08-16

5 Tips to Collecting Rent on Time

Collecting rent, in full and on time, is the number one thing a landlord needs to do to be successful and have consistent cash flow.  But, especially in Class C or D rental markets (where lots of new investors start out because the houses are affordable), this isn’t always easy. You’ll almost certainly have to […]