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Look at the maintenance log. If there isn’t one, this is not a good sign.

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They should be collecting 90 percent of rents due by the 15th of the month, and closing their books by the end of the month with only 1 to 3 percent of the rent outstanding.

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Ask what is the average tenant turnover. It should be around 40 per- cent or less of the property every year.

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The higher it is above that figure, the more tenant retention programs you’ll need.

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Walk the property. See whether the hallway walls are clean. Cobwebs, trash, and abandoned couches or mattresses are all negative signs.

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One of my favorite questions is: What is your tenant retention policy? What I’m really asking is: What are you doing to keep the current tenants happy and staying in the property?

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It’s important to minimize turnover as much as possible.

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enants want to know that you care about them. They also want to feel like they’re part of some community

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Return phone calls promptly. r Do repairs quickly. r Have a party every so often.

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Send out a community newsletter (nothing more than a flyer). r Arrange for discounts from local vendors. r Hold a raffle. r Have a contest for the best holiday display.

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F some A LH H

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Every Formal Logic relationship features at least two separate variables linked in a relationship. The variables represent groups or ideas. For instance, in the example on the previous page, “A” represented “authors” and “H” represented “happy.” These variables—and LH and F—were linked in relationships that were represented by the diagrammatic elements of “some,” “ ,” and “ .” Below, we discuss the components of Formal Logic diagrams in more detail

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The Single Arrow ( ) Introduced by sufficient and necessary words such as: if...then, when, all, every, and only, where both elements are positive or both elements are negative. Example Statement: All X’s are Y’s (X and Y both positive) Diagram: X Y Example Statement: If you are not T, then you are not V (T and V both negative

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Tip: Keep grammatical structures as simple as possible

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Use passive forms In formal writing such as an IELTS examination it is almost always best to use passive forms. The over use of first person makes essays seem informal and is a style that is most commonly adopted by children. It is acceptable to use the first person, but it should be understood that using the first person is a literary device designed to draw the reader closer to the writer. If first person is used, it should be used rarely.

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The environment is very important to us because it provides many of the things that we need.

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Flashcard 1788581383436

Question
How the rise of the luxury pram [...] on the status anxiety of a new generation of parents
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capitalised


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How the rise of the luxury pram capitalised on the status anxiety of a new generation of parents

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