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Hales Property Management, Inc.
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If you care about energy efficiency, you’ve likely wondered at some point how much power each item in your home uses. Investing in an outlet monitor or two can help you answer some of these interesting question. If your home is like most others, you’ll likely find that cooling and heating use up about 50%… https://buff.ly/2W9JS19
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2018 Year at Hales Property Management It was an exciting year at Hales Property Management. The team reached new highs across the board making this the company’s most successful year yet! Here are a few of the highlights from this past year. Industry RecognitionHales Property Management was recognized in the top 3 out of 793… https://buff.ly/2Fy9HlC
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To the joy of some condo owners and the frustration of others, most buildings have some type of pet policy in place. These policies are really for the protection of the other residents — sooner or later, someone will come along with enough animals to really test the patience of his or her neighbors. The… https://buff.ly/2VEhgwF
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We're wishing everyone a fun and safe New Year. See you in 2019! Inside This Newsletter - December Edition 2018 HPM Food DriveHow to: Practice Gratitude in All Spheres of Your Life Q&A: Are smart thermostats worth it? Maintenance Tip: Fix a Leaky Dishwasher HPM's 2019 New Year's Resolutions DATES TO REMEMBER December 31: Chicago… https://buff.ly/2Qo5xyx
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Predicting where the real estate market will go year to year is nearly impossible, and the Chicago real estate market is no exception. Of course, that doesn’t stop people from trying. Here are a few things we’re keeping on our radar for 2019.   Prices will Move Higher The average home price as of late… https://buff.ly/2QfS2kz
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Being a property manager is not an easy task. Think about it: when the building is running smoothly, as it should be, no one wants to talk to you. You only get the calls when something has gone wrong. Still, it’s in the nature of a good property manager to strive for the best. Here… https://buff.ly/2B8xYLl
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Are you about to purchase your first building? If so, congratulations! Real estate is certainly never a dull investment to own. However, be sure to look into these three aspects of the building before you commit. Analyze the current occupancy rate. This will give you an idea of the cashflow you can generate as an… https://buff.ly/2TsyRqu
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Important Dates to Remember 2018 HPM Food Drive How to: Actually Save Money During Black Friday Q&A: What should I do if I think my building needs more security? Maintenance Tip: Get a Fire Extinguisher for Your Kitchen How to: Actually Save Money During Black Friday DATES TO REMEMBER November 11: Veteran's Day November 16… https://buff.ly/2A3wHEX
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Buildings have a lot of people living together in relatively tight quarters. With all those different living habits, it’s no wonder that rodents may occasionally make their way into a building to live off the spoils. Once mice are inside, they proliferate quickly. Follow these best practices to keep rodents out of your condo (and… https://buff.ly/2SJia9X
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Chicago's ever-increasing property taxes are by now a part of regional lore. This year, it was the South Side's turn for some tax craziness. If your taxes are on the rise, here are three steps you can take now. 1. Make sure the Assessor's office has your house categorized correctly. Go here and find your…
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