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  • Limiting Your Liability Exposure, Part II
    Limiting Your Liability Exposure, Part II By David Wilhite Sale and disposal legal liability coverage is unique to the self-storage industry. As you may recall from Part I of this article, sale and disposal legal liability provides self-storage operators with protection ...More
    October 1, 1997 David Wilhite Posted in Articles
  • Issues of Facility ConstructionSelecting a contractor and negotiating the contract
    Issues of Facility ConstructionSelecting a contractor and negotiating the contract By Scott Zucker A property owner deciding to construct a self-storage facility must address the same issues that all owners face, whether they're developing their properties for self-storage, ...More
    October 1, 1997 Scott Zucker Posted in Articles
  • Ask the Waldmans
    Ask the Waldmans With Stanley and Jill Waldman Should I Prorate the Rent? Dear Waldmans: My self-storage facility is located in a college town, which means that we rent many units to students during the summer months. Our procedure is to rent units by the month, as that is ...More
    September 1, 1997 Posted in Articles
  • Are You Getting Your Money's Worth?
    Are You Getting Your Money's Worth? Establishing a value for your facility, for either finance or sale, can tell you a lot about your investment expertise By RK Kliebenstein If you are considering either a refinance or a sale, your first question will probably be, "How ...More
    September 1, 1997 RK Kliebenstein Posted in Articles
  • Insurance Corner
    Insurance Corner Evictions and Auctions: Limiting Your Liability Exposure Part I By David Wilhite The self-storage business is a rental business. That is to say, the self-storage owner rents out space for storage purposes to tenants; he does not store the property of ...More
    September 1, 1997 David Wilhite Posted in Articles