"Nobody Home" Syndrome Creates Jobs
Seems that the the demand for 'absentee homeowner' property managers has increased substantially lately and become a very desirable gig, according to the Web site EscapeHomes.com. It says that Park City, Utah, one of the 10 hottest markets in the United States, has nearly 5,0000 non-primary units. Park City has a population of only about 7,500. If you want to be one of those property managers, one of them has this advice: "Get in line."
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