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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.

2021-07-19

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 […]

2021-07-12

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter Hs

Welcome back to the Ultimate Real Estate Glossary, where we take you through the working vocabulary of the real estate industry. We’re almost one-third of the way through the alphabet.  Any field of work always has jargon associated with it, so it pays to learn how the professionals talk!  For this edition, we’ll go through […]

2021-07-05

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter Gs

Welcome back to the Ultimate Real Estate Glossary!  Newcomers to real estate might find it a bit difficult to absorb all the language that goes with the industry. It can be overwhelming, but that’s why we’ve written this guide for you. It’s a comprehensive dictionary of real estate trade terms for new landlords to get […]

2021-05-10

COVID-19 Tenant Payment Performance Update through April 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 […]

2021-05-03

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter D

  If you’re new to the real estate industry, the language can be a little overwhelming. Like many industries, real estate has its own jargon and learning that jargon can be a difficult (but essential) part of entering the rental property business. This is why we’ve put together this Ultimate Real Estate Glossary! To jumpstart […]

2021-04-12

COVID-19 Tenant Payment Performance Update through March 2021

  We truly hope you appreciate our extra efforts to keep you informed about the COVID impact on tenant 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 […]

2021-03-15

Commercial Renting in Metro Detroit During COVID

COVID-19 has changed everybody’s work habits and business structure—temporarily, in some ways, but also quite permanently in others, especially for the commercial real estate industry. Though the pandemic is slowly easing up, businesses might continue to incorporate work-from-home arrangements, relocate to the suburbs where rent is cheaper or cut down on headcount. Moody’s Analytics even […]

2021-02-22

The Ultimate Real Estate Glossary: Letter A

The real estate industry has so many terms, it truly is its own language! Most people will tell you to just learn the real estate glossary. as you go along—eventually, you’ll get the hang of it and pick up industry vocabulary. In reality, that takes a really long time. You don’t want to spend years […]

2020-11-16

Virtual & 3D Tours are Here to Stay: Should You Invest in Them?

  With the pandemic still at large, it seems like virtual and 3D tours are truly here to stay. But should landlords invest in them? What if it’s just a temporary fix due to COVID? What are the benefits of having virtual tours, anyway? Before the pandemic changed our general behavior, most people didn’t trust […]

2020-08-17

Pros and Cons of MF vs SFR

Many property investors start out with single-family rentals because they’re easier to acquire and more familiar. As your unit count grows though, you may want to consider buying multi-family properties. A multi-family property may consist of units in a building with a common entrance or units with separate entrances. Several of either building type may […]