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The Property Management Mastermind Show

The Property Management Mastermind Show and Property Management Productions was formed to provide information and products BY Property Managers FOR Property Managers looking to grow and run their business. The podcast show is an interview discussion conducted by Brad Larsen – a Property Manager in San Antonio, TX. In this Podcast show, Brad will interview some of the biggest and brightest stars in the Property Management industry to include National Association of Residential Property Management (NARPM) members, Leading Property Managers of Australia (LPMA) members, and key vendors in the property management industry with the goal of being able to gain insight for best practices, new trends, and exciting information to help you grow and run your business more successfully.
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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 14, 2020

Today, Brad's guest on the Property Management Mastermind Show is Tim Liversage, the co-owner of Stray Cat Digital, a digital marketing company. Listen as they discuss website accessibility issues and compliance issues which are the buzz topics right now. Brad feels it's very important for the property management managers to understand this, to make sure they are being implemented into their marketing and websites because the vultures are circling.

 

Brad and Tim discuss how attorneys are finding non-compliant websites and slapping a demand letter on you for thousands of dollars. Tim speaks about an audit program he has developed that will audit your website and tell you what needs to be updated and give you a starting point to get compliant.

 

Listen as Tim gives examples of large companies and celebrities that have been sued because their websites were not compliant. Tim shares that the people affected by these non-compliant websites are the blind or people who can't hold a mouse, just to name a few of the disabilities that are hindered by these websites.

 

Did you know that 90% of web browsing is now done on cell phones? Tim shares some statistics and gives a range of where pricing can start depending on what you need to do on your website to bring your compliance current. The bottom line is, check your website and make sure it is compliant before the vulture attorneys come after you for non-compliance.

 

In this episode:

[02:37] Tim shares a little of his background.

[03:47] Brad explains how these attorneys are trying to find a non-compliant website and slap you with a demand letter to get a quick settlement.

[06:33] Tim discusses an audit program that he has developed to give you a checklist of your issues.

[08:39] Tim speaks about the fair housing act, which is part of the ADA.

[10:59] Tim talks about the accessibility statement that everyone needs to have to show on their website.

[12:23] Tim shares an example of what these lawsuits look like and who has been sued.

[15:20] People who don't have a legal team usually get these letters.

[17:05] Tim speaks about who is affected by these websites that are not compliant.

[21:39] What are some benefits and features of keeping your website updated and compliant.

[24:52] Tim talks about recording video with subtitles and not using voice.

[25:41] 90% of web browsing is now done on a mobile phone.

[27:17] Tim gives a range of what it will cost to fix a website and make it compliant.

[29:33] Word press is the only platform you can use that has the budget and accessibility to fix or redo your website.

[31:41] The bottom line is that you need to make sure your website is compliant as quickly as possible.

[32:51] Tim shares some final thoughts.

[34:06] Thank you so much for being on the show!

 

Find Tim:

Tim Liversage

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn

 

Links and Resources:

Property Management Mastermind

Property Management Mastermind Group on Facebook

adisarro@sccombank.com

(619) 988-6708 (Allison DiSarro from Seacoast Commerce Bank)

Seacoast Commerce Bank

Second Nature

NARPM Southern States Conference

National Apartment Association

NARPM Accounting Standards

EZ Repair Hotline

SureVestor

Tenant Turner

Citizens Home Solutions

Rent Bridge 



Aug 2, 2020

Brad's guests today are four of the best minds in the industry, and they are discussing the small group roundtable that they have put together. These are the four initial facilitators that we brought in to work with the small groups. Visit www.managersroundtable.com to find the introductory pricing.

The service is basically a crowdsource type of compilation on education, with eight in each small group. These groups will meet twice a month for six months, the sessions are structured and laid out by the facilitators, and they will all be recorded so that if you miss one, you will be able to catch up. 

The four facilitators are Deb Newell, Paul Kankowski, Sarah Durbin, and Scott Brady. Listen as these four share what to expect at the small group roundtables, what they are each bringing, and the benefit they feel you will receive, making the cost insignificant.

These roundtables will be small virtual intimate gatherings that will allow you to get inside knowledge from some of the best in the industry. You can't get this one-on-one education at a conference; you are getting it from your home. Sign up now while they are still offering the introductory pricing, and learning from this brain-trust, it will be like nothing you have ever been a part of.

 

In this episode:

[01:54] Welcome to the show!

[03:12] Brad introduces the four facilitators. 

[04:08] Deb Newell shares her background and some of what you will experience at the group roundtable.

[06:36] Paul Kankowski shares about his accountability groups what he will bring to the roundtable. 

[09:40] Brad speaks about each meeting's structured nature that allows people to prepare before getting into the meeting.

[10:18] Paul discusses his list for what he has planned for the roundtable groups.

[11:30] Sarah Durbin shares her background and what she is excited to bring to the small group roundtables.

[12:25] Sarah speaks about the small groups she has been in over the years.

[13:43] Scott Brady gives an introduction and shares what he thinks the small group scenario will feel like.

[15:34] Brad discusses why they are charging for the roundtable and where the money is going.

[18:23] Deb shares the value she sees in this as a whole.

[19:59] Scott will bring his SWOT exercise to the roundtable groups.

[22:52] They all share some final thoughts for the listeners.

[23:52] Thank you all for being on the show!



Links and Resources:

Property Management Mastermind

Property Management Mastermind Group on Facebook

adisarro@sccombank.com

(619) 988-6708 (Allison DiSarro from Seacoast Commerce Bank)

Seacoast Commerce Bank

Second Nature

NARPM Southern States Conference

National Apartment Association

NARPM Accounting Standards

EZ Repair Hotline

SureVestor

Tenant Turner

Citizens Home Solutions

Rent Bridge 

Managers Roundtable

Deb Newell

Facebook | Twitter 

Paul Kankowski

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Sarah Durbin

Facebook | Twitter

Scott Brady

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