New Years Resolutions for Property Managers.

No matter how cynical you are, the New Year always represents a fresh start, a clean slate, and an opportunity to begin anew.
Here is a list of five resolutions that all property managers should make. None of them are difficult or require an immense amount of work (especially for those that have prepared their office for year’s end) and all of them would bring rewards throughout 2011.

Open Letter to All the Tenants in the World.

Your January rent is due. Please don't tell me that you can't pay because you spent my rent money on Christmas presents! If you can't afford to pay your January rent on time, what that means is you really could not afford what you spent on Christmas. My suggestion to you for next year is set aside the amount of money you need to pay your January rent in an envelope marked, "January Rent". Then, spend all the money you want on Christmas WITHOUT TOUCHING THIS ENVELOPE! Remember, your landlord is NOT your banker.

Authored by: Randy Hughes


Shop Local

Spending money in your own community is a powerful way to improve your local economy. Did you know that for every $100 spent at a local business, $68 stays in your community. That same $100 spent at a big box store  only retains $43 locally and nothing remains when your purchase is made online.

December General Meeting - Tanisha King-Taylor

 Director of Community Life & Tenant Services will be on hand to speak on the changes at the Tenant Union since she was hired and the servies that they offer the students.

This meeting is also the CIRPP year end wrap up meeting. Elections are held for the officers for the upcoming year. 

This is an important meeting to attend for all members.

Thursday Decemeber 19th, 2013 11:30-1:00 Refiney 2302 West John Street, Champaign, IL. 61821