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Reclaim Your Association’s Money

Reclaim Your Association's Money Ever hear of spending the same dollar twice? How would you like to go back in time, get holds of money your business or association already spent and spend it again this year? HUNDREDS OF COMPANIES AND ASSOCIATIONS ON THE WEST COAST ARE DOING IT! Best of all – your business […]

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SMART METERS: Are They Really That Smart For You?

In the last several years, smart meters for electricity have been installed to replace the old dial-type electric meters. Touted as the latest and greatest in technology, with customers allowed to access their actual electric consumption on a real-time basis, are they really helping you or are they really helping the utility companies? In our […]

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The Easiest Ways to Cut Your Utility Costs in 2015…

Many residential consumers are currently unaware of one of the easiest ways to reduce their cost of living. Some spend hours researching different smartphone data plans and cable services to save only a few dollars a month. By understanding what utility tariffs are and which ones are available, residents can unlock a new way to […]

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There’s Gold in Your Utility Bills!

There's Gold in Your Association's Utility Bills!        By;  Erin Kelly As a prior property manager, I approved approximately two dozen bills daily! Of these bills, the majority were almost always utility bills.   Trying to intelligently decipher and understand a utility bill is like trying to read Latin when you don't have a  translation […]

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Doesn’t a utility audit create more work for the property manager and/or management company?

True or False: Utility Audits Create More Work When managers of businesses or associations look into a utility audit, they often have several common misconceptions about the process. Among their list of concerns, this question tends to pop up frequently: Won’t a utility audit require a lot of work from our property manager, business owner, […]

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