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CPM specializes in the management of single and multi-family homes in the beautiful Boise metro, including Boise, Meridian, Eagle and Garden City. As members of the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM), we pride ourselves on our high standard of ethics, professionalism and ongoing industry education. Efficient communication and prompt service has earned us a solid reputation with owners and tenants alike.

Property Management is our only business. We do not sell real estate, therefore our clients and properties are our first and only concern.

Whether you desire a full service property management program or simply need help finding a qualified tenant, Capital Property Management can help you with your investor goals. See our Management Services page for more info.

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Vacancy Survey 4th Q 2014

Andrea Mayer, RMPĀ® - Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Every quarter, the professional members of the SW Idaho Chapter of NARPM (National Association of Residential Property Managers) combine our data in a survey, to help gain perspective on rental rates, as well as vacancies.  If you are a current client of CPM, your investment property's data is included here. This is the most current information, for the 4th quarter of 2014.I am pleased to share the data, and I hope you find it useful. The last page spells it all out in an easy to understand summary.

For more information on pricing, trends and other industry information, please contact Andrea Mayer, 208-283-5663 or andrea@cpmidaho.com

Sayonara "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act"

Andrea Mayer, RMPĀ® - Friday, December 05, 2014

The federally mandated "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act" officially comes to a close at the end of this month, 12/31/14. As of 1/1/2015, the law will go back to the way it was, meaning most likely the lease will be terminated by the completion of the foreclosure and the resident must vacate, unless a new deal is struck with the lender or buyer. 

The PTFA originated in 2009 after the foreclosure crisis, and was put into place to help residents stay in their homes and honor their lease agreements during a time of foreclosure. The exceptions were that if a new buyer was going to occupy the home or if the tenant had either a month to month tenancy or no lease at all ("at will tenancy"). I saw first hand how this Act helped residents of this firm, the time to find new housing. It truly did a lot to help those in a difficult situation. 

Hopefully with the expiration of this Act, we will help to close out a stressful chapter in our nation's history. Onward and forward! Remember, if you are having trouble paying your mortgage, call your lender! There are many programs out there to help. If you are a tenant in a rental that you have recently heard is in default, contact your property manager or landlord immediately!

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Capital Property Management
2645 N Cole Rd, Ste A
Boise, ID 83704

Phone: 208.906.0196
Fax: 866.404.2381

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