Property Management: Connection to Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Green River & How to Maximize Your Investment Property

The following articles are regarding Property Management. To start off, since St. Patrick’s Day is approaching, the first article highlights the connection between Property Management and the Chicago tradition of dyeing the river green. The following article mentions Property Management tips to maintain the value of your property year round.

WHAT ARE THE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TIES TO DYEING THE CHICAGO RIVER GREEN ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY?

Original Post www.BisNow.com | Re-post Cawley Chicago 3.14.17

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On Saturday morning, thousands of Chicagoans will flock downtown to be Irish for a day and line up for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Before the parade launches, the Chicago River will transform from its usual murky gray hue to a bright Kelly green. Dyeing the Chicago River green on St. Patrick’s Day is now a 55-year-old tradition, but its origins were a happy accident rooted in property management.
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4 YEAR-ROUND TIPS FOR CREATING YOUR PROPERTY’S BEST FIRST IMPRESSION

Original post: www.BisNow.com | Re-post Cawley Chicago 3.14.17

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Beauty is not just on the inside. Property owners’ primary goal is to maximize the value of their investments. Attracting and retaining tenants is of utmost importance, and prospective tenants’ first impression is immediately formed by viewing the building’s outside. Property managers are keenly aware that the structure and entire property grounds need year-round upkeep and maintenance.

Continue reading to view the four most important services managers should maintain year-round….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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