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August 2016

August 2016 Edition

 DEATH IN A UNIT
 By Cliff Hockley, Bluestone & Hockley Real Estate Services
 It is not uncommon to have a resident pass away at a property, whether in their apartment, on the  grounds or even in a hot tub or pool. Sometimes, the on-site manager can anticipate this in advance,  if a tenant is elderly or ill for example. Good on-site managers make sure to check in on such  tenants and will notice if the tenant has not been seen or heard from recently. Other deaths are  sudden or even violent and require training to handle properly.
 See page 6 of the August Update for more on Death In A Unit.
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AUGUST 2016 TABLE OF CONTENTS

RHA Oregon Dinner   

Page 3

Picnic Sponsors

Page 11

President's Message 

Pages 4

Annual Picnic Registration Flyer

Pages 13

RHA Mark Your Calendar  

Page 5

Landlording 101

Pages 14

Death In A Unit? 

Page 6 

How to Sell a Property with a Tenant in it

Pages 15

Summertime Maintenance Checklist

Page 8

The Preferred Service Guide

Page 18

Dear Maintenance Men    

Page 9

 

 

4th Annual Vendor Fair    

Pages 10