Let it snow by ProQuest


The alarm clock goes off, and a tired figure rises and shuffles quietly across the room. Property managers at commercial and multifamily properties have also been busy preparing for the winter season -- salt buckets and snow shovels are being retrieved from storage areas; snow blowers and tractors are being tuned up and fueled; and snow removal contracts are being reviewed, tweaked and awarded. Proper preparation for the winter season is among the most important things a property manager can do to help ensure the good health of a property. As you go through your pre-snowfall checklist, here are some areas to consider: 1. Know your property. 2. Know your tenants. 3. Know your contract. 4. Know you're prepared.

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