Improving estate management with technology.

“You’re only as good as your team.” ~ former NBA star Dominique Wilkins While the above quote refers to the other players on the court, it undoubtedly applies to any career or activity that involves collaboration and leadership. If you’re an estate manager, you know that “manager” doesn’t just pertain to your oversight of the property, but the household staff, gardeners, vendors, and so on. As everything they do (or don’t do) impacts your effectiveness, not to mention your standing with the client, you’ve been very diligent about hiring them or weeding out those who were not a good fit. But what if you notice that things are not running smoothly as they should? They may not be huge mistakes that warrant a shakeup, but small cracks that if go unchecked could potentially lead to a headache for your…

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Revolutionizing Estate Management with Technology

It’s safe to say that if you’re managing a large estate, your client and their family are extremely busy people who do not have the time or energy to devote to running their home. In addition to juggling work and school schedules, they may also entertain regularly – holding large dinner parties, business events and fundraisers – and travel quite a bit, often on short notice. They need assistance with all of it, and even if they have other people working for them much of the responsibility falls on your shoulders; this, in addition to managing the rest of the household staff. Upgrading your technology, for example, with an all-in-one solution, can revolutionize the way you do your job along with improving estate management and make your life, as well as those of your clients, much smoother. If you’ve…

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Tips on how to be a property manager your clients will be thankful for.

As hard as it is to believe,  the holidays are upon us once again. And while they may not have returned to a pre-pandemic normal,  things have vastly improved from this time last year. People are getting together with family, friends, and larger groups outside their “bubble,” and while this is certainly wonderful news,  it also means a lot more work and stress.  Here are some tips on how to be a property manager your clients will be thankful for.  While you’re always responsible for safeguarding your client’s property, extra diligence is needed during the holiday season.  There is nothing worse than arriving at your home to find that water damage or a break-in has occurred, and the same holds true of a stained rug or broken vase after a party. Certainly, your clients don’t want to hear that…

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