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April 24, 2020 10 min

Property Management Brainstorm had temporarily paused producing the show, taking a brief hiatus, during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is so much to catch up on and we are pleased to let you know we are back in production!  

On this episode, Bob explains the reasons for taking a break with the podcast and what changes his team has made in the meantime during the COVID-19 pandemic to stay focused on managing their properties while keeping their staff and tenants safe and healthy.

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[1:35] Bob announces Property Mangement Brainstorm will reinstitute production of the show starting today!

[2:40] The reasons why Property Management Brainstrom was paused during COVID-19.

[4:15] Adjusting to working remotely as a property management team and how North County Property Group has stayed connected.

[5:15] Precautions taken in the daily workflow during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Virtual team meetings
  • Working with vendors on essential property maintenance items using CDC guidelines
  • Adjustments made in showing properties to prospective tenants
  • Utilizing 3D virtual tours to show properties remotely
  • Adopting self-showing technology and lockboxes
  • Using PPE and scheduling santizing cleaning
  • [9:25 ] Coming next week: communicating with tenants and owners about challenges in rent payments, rent forbearance, and moratoriums on eviction.

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