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We are excited to announce that our new website is now live! We hope the experience exceeds anyones expectations for finding a new home.

https://www.ozpropertymanagement.ca
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Happy  Thanks Giving! 

Call us today! We have many rentals still ready to go!

Property Management-Rentals 

1-306-551-2940
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Property Management Tips!
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Property Management tips! 
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What kind of pet do you prefer?
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Dogs
Rodents
Birds/Fish
None or Other
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Cats
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Dogs
50%
Rodents
0%
Birds/Fish
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Hi Guys,

Looking to see what best program to buy/download for Property Management Rentals.

Anyone have a idea??

How can I make my business appear higher on the listing search,

Have tried daily updates, posting link to our facebook site for more views, people/clients have tried leaving reviews but all are marked as scam ( all done on their own time, not on kiosk rating service) 

Any tips??

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Goodmorning! 

New listings from our awesome Property Manager in Regina Sk!


check them out before they go!
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ozpropertyservicesltd.com
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Property Management tip of day-

 Although it's tempting to think of your apartment as your own home, you don't have the right to make changes without permission. But you're not totally out of luck if you wish to paint the walls, upgrade fixtures, or make other small improvements.

"For cosmetic fixes (like new paint) just ask, the worst they will say is no," says Gary Malin, president of Citi Habitats in New York City. "If you are a solid applicant, or a current tenant in good standing, they may likely oblige (because) landlords value good tenants."

Of course, if the landlord says no, then a tenant who decides to make the changes anyway will almost certainly incur a fee. That usually means losing the deposit, and depending on the lease, paying damages in excess of the deposit. Don't make big changes without the landlord's permission.
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Awesome work done by stripe shop!
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