DECREASE WATER AND SEWER EXPENSES TO INCREASE CASH FLOW, NOI, AND PROPERTY VALUE Any unnecessary water usage that is the result of mechanical malfunction or leaks from toilets, sinks, showers, pipes behind walls, foundations, pools, irrigation systems, etc. can cost you a fortune. If these inflated water and sewer costs are not corrected, not only will you lose substantial cash flow, but your NOI and property value will also be adversely affected. Sam Liebman, author of Harvard Can’t Teach What You Learn from the Streets , shares his street tips below!
Property owners generally focus on seeking value-add opportunities to increase rents to increase their cash flow, NOI and property value. As important as this may be, many owners overlook
buried treasure lying in the bones or infrastructure of a property that can also increase cash flow, NOI and property value substantially. A great example of this is to locate and repair water leaks.
MANY OWNERS OVERLOOK BURIED TREASURE LYING IN THE BONES OR INFRASTRUCTURE OF A PROPERTY.
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