Property management falls under both the residential and office space, and requires different forms of management. When it comes to leasing an office space, your relationship with a landlord or property manager can have a big influence on the health of your business, so it's in your company's best interests to learn about property management and how to use this relationship effectively to ensure that its influence is a beneficial one. On the flip side, if you’re a landlord, it’s important to have the proper forms to manage an office building, and maintain a safe work environment for the renters.
On the residential side, the building manager must maintain a space suitable for living, and keep residents informed of any changes in the building. Get your property interactions down in writing; Browse legal documents for a wide variety of real estate management interactions, including a Rental Application, Lease Agreement, Notice of Intent to Vacation, Termination of Lease, and even smaller transactions such as a Notice to Repair and a Cleaning Bid Proposal. Read articles on how to manage properly as a landlord, and how to negotiate your leases and deal with obstacles that arise as a renter.
Get information and resources on how to deal with landlords or property managers so that they contribute to your professional or personal success, not work against it.