Being successful landlords and property managers in today’s environment involves some key strategies, including your eviction process, that veteran landlord David Pickron sets out.
By David Pickron
I have always had a lead foot. It is hard to admit, but with my hard-charging personality, I just want to get where I am going… fast.
As a young man, to prevent countless tickets, I purchased a radar detector that allowed me to sense a police officer before he or she could see me. Police departments realized they were being outsmarted by this technology and needed to make a change, so they started using a different band that most consumer radar detectors did not have at the time.
The private market reacted as it always does, and soon you could buy a radar detector that included the new bands used by law enforcement. This produced a battle between radar-detector companies and police, with one making a move, only to be met with a counter move by the other.
We find ourselves in a similar tug-of-war when it comes to evictions, where the CDC has now made a move to stop all evictions nationwide until Dec. 31 in an attempt to limit COVID-19 spread through homeless shelters or crowded family shelters.
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