Brick House Property Management is now offering full service relocation services at a flat rate of $600. We understand moving is stressful and we’re here to make the process easier for you. Right now the real estate market is BOOMING in Bend. It is the sixth fastest growing city in the nation according to the 2017 U.S. Census Bureau. Bend is home to much more than ski resorts and hiking trails. The city of Bend provides a unique landscape of
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Strategies on playing a bigger role in your HOA. You live in an HOA. You have a great idea. You’re not on the board, and elections are months away. What next? Present it. Presenting a good idea, whether to a board or to a boss or to anyone else in the position to approve it, isn’t about them. Or you. It’s about the idea. A good idea needs a spokesperson. And if you’ve come up with the idea, that spokesperson
Oregon, particularly Central Oregon in the High Desert, hosts vast populations of deer. If you live in Bend, Redmond, or even parts of Hillsboro and Portland, it’s not uncommon to have deer in your backyard. They may be attracted to your garden, fruit trees, berry bushes, or even your compost pile! It’s important to remember that even though bambi and friends are absolutely adorable, they are still wild animals and they should remain that way. It is not in your
How to Keep Mold & Moisture Out of Your Home. Mold Management and Prevention Tips for Landlords and Renters. It’s a problem humans have battled since the dawn of time—controlling mold. It lurks in the corners and can cause major damage and nasty health issues. Mold can be a landlord’s and tenant’s nightmare. As long as moisture and oxygen are present, mold can grow indoors or out on virtually any organic substance, including wood, paper, carpet, insulation and food.
Renting in a Community Association If you are an owner who leases your unit, we’d like to make the leasing experience successful and positive for everyone by informing you of your responsibilities. This will help preserve your property value specifically and maintain the association’s property value in general. Your tenants may not be familiar with common-interest community living. Please take a few minutes to explain to them that living in a community association is very different from living in