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    How to Keep Your Vendor Relationships Ethical

    The way our work/life balance has morphed into a work/life blend has also allowed for vendors we work with professionally to become personal friends. It’s more important than ever to proceed with caution regarding ethical concerns in vendor relationships.

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    Stop Rewarding Bad Habits and Behaviors

    I recently attended an IREM Regional Conference and was fortunate enough to sit in a session with speaker Sarah Sheila Birnbach. Sarah spoke on a great deal of topics, but the one that really hit me was the topic of performance vs consequences.

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    Good News on Three Sustainability Trends

    Let's take a look at some of the emerging sustainability trends in investment real estate and the larger economy.

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    The Mark of a Professional

    If you close your eyes right now and conjure up an image of the ideal professional, what would he or she look like? What does this person’s voice sound like? How does this person carry themselves?

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    Dealing With Tough Tenants

    Tenant conflict is just part of the job, but sometimes tenants go beyond the standard complaint and become a daily obstacle in getting your job done.

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    Escalator Safety Reminders We All Need

    With the rise in popularity of the escalator in everyday life the number of escalator related accidents has also seen an increase, especially in large, developed cities like Houston.

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    3 Ways to Maintain Connections After You Quit

    It's time to move on to a new opportunity, but no one wants to burn bridges, especially in a tight knit industry like real estate. So how do you move on while still keeping the connections you've made at your current job?

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    4 Ways to Retain Top Talent

    Great talent is out there and getting snatched up quickly in the real estate industry. So once you’ve managed to find a great employee, how do you keep them from jumping ship?

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    Industry Credential: A Professional's Secret Weapon

    The New Year marks a fresh starts; a time to set new goals and ambitions. What better time to start looking at one of the best investments a property manager could make in his/her career?

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    5 Resume Mistakes You're Definitely Making

    Resumes have been the stress point of many a job seeker since Leonardo Da Vinci submitted the first resume in 1481. Luckily we’ve come a long way in these last 535 years.

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