Ken Hutcheson

  • Landscape Your Way to Higher Occupancy

    As property owners and managers compete for tenants in an unsteady economy, the importance of first impressions cannot be overlooked. Curb appeal is now more important than ever. A property that shows well from the street can help increase rents, tenant retention rates and asset values.

    National 02 August 2012 01:55

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