Comprehensive financial solutions to help manage your real estate properties.
Tri Counties Bank offers customized solutions designed to help property management companies achieve long-term financial success, from tools to better manage day-to-day cash flow to flexible loan options to secure working capital and equipment. Your dedicated Relationship Manager, along with a team of specialists, will work together to construct custom solutions tailored just for you. It’s all part of a unique brand of banking we call Service With Solutions®.
Easily monitor and manage day-to-day cash flow with products designed to give you peace of mind.
Analysis Business Checking
Earn transaction allowances based on your deposit balances.
Enterprise Business Checking
A peace-of-mind packaged checking account.
Small Business Lines of Credit
Manage your day-to-day cash flow shortfalls.
Fund improvements and purchases.
Reduce delays in availability of funds and consolidate your Accounts Payables process.
- Trico ePayables
Automate invoice and payment processing. An end-to-end Accounts Payable and payments solution, only with Tri Counties Bank.
- Trico Receivables
Collect funds quickly and easily.
- Merchant Services
Accept card payments in person, online or mobile.
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How Property Managers Can Manage Cash Flow
Positive cash flow is critical for maintaining the health of any business's operations, and that certainly includes property managers. This particular type of business has the unique challenge of relying on tenants to come up with money for what is likely their largest monthly bill. This can lead to a lot of late payments that have a negative impact on cash flow. Following are some tips for managing cash flow that should ease the financial pain.
How Property Managers Can Grow Sales Through Digital Marketing and Social Media
Digital marketing presents many opportunities for businesses to connect with potential customers. It's a must for property managers because the Internet is generally the first place a person is likely to turn to in 2020. It's up to you to appear in the places they're looking and provide them with reasons to pursue a lease.
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