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South Carolina Property Managers: When do I send Notice to Cure? Vs. When do I send a Notice to Terminate?By: Morgan DunnSouth Carolina Property Managers: When do I send Notice to Cure? Vs. When do I send a Notice to Terminate?By: Morgan Dunn Previous slide Next slide     – Read More…
Fair Housing – An OverviewBy: Pat FinnFair Housing – An OverviewBy: Pat Finn Previous slide Next slide       This blog entry is meant to provide an overview of what people mean when they refer to “fair housing complaints” or “discrimination complaints” in the context of the residential – Read More…
Are We There Yet? The Implications of Society’s Impatience to Rely Upon Artificial Intelligence By: Sean Tropea Are We There Yet? The Implications of Society’s Impatience to Rely Upon Artificial Intelligence By: Sean Tropea Previous slide Next slide       In late 2022, American artificial intelligence (“AI”) company – Read More…
The Corporate Transparency Act and What Happens NextBy: Lindsey AbboushiThe Corporate Transparency Act and What Happens NextBy: Lindsey Abboushi Previous slide Next slide      The Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) was implemented by Congress January 1st, 2024, in hopes to prevent money laundering and other financial crimes. The purpose – Read More…
Employment Law Concerns: Employee HousingBy: Sarah ReddyEmployment Law Concerns: Employee HousingBy: Sarah Reddy Previous slide Next slide      On many occasions, housing providers contract with their onsite employees and provide onsite housing as a form of compensation. If you wish to offer such a benefit there are certain – Read More…
Unique Differences & Common Issues with Subsidized Housing Programs Part IBy: Chase CookeUnique Differences & Common Issues with Subsidized Housing Programs Part IBy: Chase Cooke Previous slide Next slide Unique Differences & Common Issues with Subsidized Housing Programs Part I Housing Choice Vouchers (HCV) Governed by U.S. Department of – Read More…
Occupancy Standards and Fair HousingBy: Kristen WillsOccupancy Standards and Fair HousingBy: Kristen Wills Previous slide Next slide         How many is too many? Well, it depends. You have a family who applies to reside at your rental property. The family consists of 2 adults and 4 – Read More…
FCC Adopts New Rule Against Digital DiscriminationBy: Sean TropeaFCC Adopts New Rule Against Digital DiscriminationBy: Sean Tropea Previous slide Next slide      On November 20, 2023, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a Report and Order and a Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, adopting rules made with an – Read More…
President Biden’s Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence and It’s Impacts on Residential LeasingBy: Brian DuncanPresident Biden’s Executive Order on the Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of Artificial Intelligence and It’s Impacts on Residential LeasingBy: Brian Duncan Previous slide – Read More…
Understanding the Motion to Stay Writ of Possession in North Carolina Evictions: A Comprehensive Guide for LandlordsBy: Kevin RausUnderstanding the Motion to Stay Writ of Possession in North Carolina Evictions: A Comprehensive Guide for LandlordsBy: Kevin Raus Previous slide Next slide      Residential housing disputes often involve complex – Read More…
How to Handle Modification/Accommodation RequestsBy: Sarah ReddyHow to Handle Modification/Accommodation RequestsBy: Sarah Reddy Previous slide Next slide       On many occasions, housing providers are contacted by residents with requests for a modification to their home or accommodation to their Lease. Whenever this happens, we recommend taking the – Read More…
Crime and Safety on The Property By: Tabitha ElliganCrime and Safety on The Property By: Tabitha Elligan Previous slide Next slide         It is no secret that if you live long enough, crime will occur near and/or around you no matter where you live.  According to – Read More…