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2nd to None Management Launches “Early Bird” Program

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2nd to None Management is happy to announce a new program they offer. This new program that 2nd to None Management just launched is called the “early bird” program.  This program is designed for new tenants that are able to, and do, pay rent early. 2nd to None Management expects rent to be paid on time, but for the “early birds” that are able to pay rent before it is due, they’ll be entered to win special prizes!

This early bird program that 2nd to None Management has launched will be for the first 50 tenants that pay rent not on time, but early. 2nd to None Management will then enter the names of the 50 tenants into a drawing each month and one lucky winner receives a special prize. 2nd to None Management will have this program each month, when rent it due. However, do not worry, if you are a tenant of 2nd to None Management and are unable to pay rent early this upcoming month, it does not effect the drawings for the upcoming months. With this program 2nd to None Management hopes to see some, if not most clients pay rent early.

The tenants of 2nd to None Management can pay via electronic debit, money orders or a cashier’s check. 2nd to None Management also suggests that all tenants obtain renters insurance. Tenants are not covered on the property landlords insurance, and are responsible for their own items on their property. For tenants who currently do not have renters insurance, Nationwide Insurance and 2nd to None Management have partnered together to give tenants discounted rates. If you are a tenant of 2nd to None Management and are interested in the discounted rates Nationwide Insurance offers, contact them today for a free quote. 2nd to None Management strives to have a comfortable place for tenants to live, as well as prestigious property management for the clients and landlords.

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