How to  Find a Vacant Property Owner 

Vacant and abandoned properties pose a serious threat to the health of communities. Local governments are eager to get them into the hands of responsible (often new) owners. Before progress can be made, it’s important to identify and connect with the property...

Challenges of Rural Community Development 

Rural blight and the unique challenges facing rural communities  When most people think of blight, they tend to think of big city projects. But believe it or not, studies have found that small towns in rural and semi-rural areas experience nearly double the amount of...

Let’s Hear it for the Humble Tree for Community Revitalization

(Japanese Cherry Trees like this one decorate many a front yard and the National Mall in Washington, DC) Who would not want a tree in their yard? They’re beautiful, offer shade in warmer seasons, and provide homes for birds, squirrels, and other animals. Some...

ePropertyPlus Continues to Evolve with Enhancements

The best property management software levels up with several key upgrades Q1 of 2022 has brought some great enhancements of ePropertyPlus our agile and sophisticated property management software at the heart of eProperty Innovations’ suite of solutions. Since...

 Spring Maintenance for  Community Spaces

eProperty’s Spring Maintenance Tips for Vacant and Abandoned Properties Spring is just around the corner. That means spring cleaning, paying your taxes, and getting ready for a season of being outdoors in the garden, yard, or park. For our ePropertyPlus...

Challenges with Vacant and Abandoned Properties

Communities across the country grapple with challenges posed by properties that are ‘vacant and abandoned’. The most simple definition of when a property is considered vacant and abandoned, is when its owner appears to have walked away from the property,...