Aside from regular inspections, alarms, fire suppression tools and emergency planning are crucial components in ensuring the safety of your investor client’s tenants from a fire. They are in-fact, life-saving tools and strategies that can cut potential fire deaths in half.
The New Year is all about self-improvement. And though some people dread New Year’s resolutions, real estate investors salivate at the sound of “new”. After all, real estate investors improve things for a living. Now, improvement is wonderful, but all this betterment does take planning.
One of the most severe losses investment properties could sustain is a fire. Here five key areas to “tame the flame” so your investor clients and their tenants don’t get burned – financially or physically.
As the weather cools down and the winter holidays approach, new risks emerge to your investor clients’ properties. Here are 10 things to discuss with your clients to help them prepare their properties to avoid costly losses.