Best property management software1. Appfolio2. Buildium3. Rent Manager4. Re-Leased5. Qube Global SoftwareRead on for our detailed analysis of each app If there’s one market that always seems to be growing, it’s real-estate. According to research from Savills, the industry grew from $217 trillion in 2016 to $228 trillion in 2017. That represents growth of 5%. The sector is also pretty diverse. While there are clearly major real-estate businesses with properties and other assets across the globe, there are also people renting second homes to make some extra cash. Whatever your situation, managing a property portfolio is a complex undertaking. Succeeding as a property manager means being able to operate and control your properties carefully. Clearly, properties need to be monitored and maintained to a certain standard, and that's particularly important for those acting as a landlord. If a home isn’t up to scratch, safe, and habitable, … [Read more...] about Best property management software of 2019
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Globe Staff February 15, 2019 President Trump’s remarks Friday in the Rose Garden: Thank you very much, everybody. Before we begin, I’d like to just say that we have a large team of very talented people in China. We’ve had a negotiation going on for about two days. It’s going extremely well. Who knows what that means, because it only matters if we get it done. But we’re very much working very closely with China and President Xi, who I respect a lot. Very good relationship that we have. And we’re a lot closer than we ever were in this country with having a real trade deal. We’re covering everything -- all of the points that people have been talking about for years that said couldn’t be done, whether it was theft or anything. Anything. The unfairness. We’ve been losing, on average, $375 billion a year with China. … [Read more...] about Read the transcript of Trump’s Rose Garden speech
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Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN: It's Sunday, December 9th. I'm Margaret Brennan. And this is FACE THE NATION. MAN #1: President Donald J. Trump. MARGARET BRENNAN: It was a dignified Donald Trump who took to the football field Saturday to pay tribute to an American tradition, the Army-Navy Game. MAN #2: And a touchdown. MARGARET BRENNAN: The commander-in-chief received a warm welcome in the chilly stadium but there is trouble ahead for President Trump back in Washington. Embattled Chief of Staff John Kelly is leaving at the end of the year. Efforts to cool off a trade war with China took a dramatic turn. The stock market plummeted and prosecutors say the President coordinated Michael Cohen's illegal payments to Mister Trump's ex-mistresses. President Trump denied he directed Cohen to make those payments. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: No. No. MARGARET BRENNAN: Also weighed in by tweet, "Totally … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on December 9, 2018
A mother's intuition that something is wrong with her daughter living in Los Angeles led police to a house of horrors. Inside, they found Iana Kasian, 30, brutally murdered. Where the trail of blood led them could easily be the subject of big-screen movie script or a novel. Olga Kasian was concerned when she hadn't heard from her daughter, who was living with Blake Leibel in West Hollywood. Leibel, the son of a wealthy Canadian real estate family, moved in his 20s to Hollywood to make it big. Living a trust-fund dream life, he directed an offbeat film and was the co-author of a graphic novel about a vicious murder. "I had this feeling that something was wrong," Olga Kasian tells "48 Hours" correspondent Maureen Maher. Kasian called police, who eventually gained access to the home. Police found Iana, who recently gave birth to a daughter with Leibel, dead. "In my almost 30 years, I've never been involved in a more heinous crime than this," says Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department … [Read more...] about Was Hollywood producer’s graphic novel a blueprint for murder?