After months of conversation, joint consulting, and hours of work by the digital marketing department from The News-Gazette,
The June general meeting was the launch of the new CIRPP website. We feel we now have the premier website of any rental organization. The CIRPP website now provides great benefits to our members, vendors and prospective tenants. Make sure your properties are listed! You may visit the website at www.cirpp-live.com. Don’t miss out!
Q: After I moved into my apartment, the original landlord sold the property to a new owner. I paid my security deposit to the original landlord, and continued to pay rent to the new owner. My lease is up soon, and the new owner says he never got any deposits from the old landlord, so he can’t refund anything to me. Is there any way I can get my deposit back?
If you like live music, great food, artwork and an outdoor good time, Champaign County is the place to be this summer.
Thursdays For 13 Thursdays (May-August) the pace in Campustown slows down. Could it be because the undergraduates have left? In any case, Campus businesses are offering discounts and specials each of those 13 Thursdays. Check out the deals at http://media.wix.com/ugd//2c655f_02b089674ceba41d03e90f5440454763.pdf
Taken from the INS and Outs of Tenant Screening – from Application to Eviction – by George N. Skidis, Jr.
Central Illinois Rental Property Professionals wants to help you raise your sales goals! One way to do that is having Charles Walters speak. He spoke to C.I.R.P.P. in 2009. He will share his expertise concerning Techniques to ‘Closing the Deal’ this Thursday May 17th at Refinery 2302 W. John St. in Champaign. This is an informative meeting that your leasing staff will not want to miss.
Congratulations to Rich and Christy Gibas on the birth of their 3rd child – Jackson Joseph! He was born May 6th weighing 8 lbs 9 oz. 19? long. He is also welcomed by his older brother, Jon and older sister Sarah! Congrats to the Gibas family!
Electronics, and furniture and food – Oh My! After the students leave for the summer, you are likely to find any number of usable items your tenants have “gifted” to you. Rather than pay to have these treasures hauled to the already overloaded landfill, please consider sharing them with your neighbors.
As a continuation of our new testimonial feature, we asked Kevin Roberts of Roberts Apartments: How Would You Rate the Educational Benefits of the Association? and he shared “Very Informative – Learned alot regarding Homestead Exemption for Rental Houses – saved a lot of $$. RRP – info and training was incredibly valuable since we Remodel, paint and renovate many of our units”. We also asked people How Does Your Membership Benefit Your Business?