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[Easemakers Podcast Bonus] Learning the basics of property management and household operations

Don't know where to start when it comes to managing properties? Expert estate manager Shelby Boudreau learned everything she knows on the job — and now, she's sharing her tried and true household operations tips to help others feel less overwhelmed.

By Kristin Twiford

Managing properties is chaotic, and there’s no set roadmap. Shelby Boudreau spent 20 years learning estate management on the job, running an estate as it grew to 16 properties.

Now, as a consultant, she helps families and private service professionals get started with property management and household operations, teaching them how to lay out predictable work and calm the chaos.

In this special bonus episode of the Easemakers Podcast, Shelby shares why she’s so passionate about operations, and her advice for anyone who’s just getting started.

And in a new 3-week workshop from Nines, Modern Household Management: How to Streamline Operations for Homes and Estates, Shelby will dig into each of these steps, and help attendees walk away feeling prepared for the year ahead. Learn more and save your spot today!

The Easemakers Podcast is also available on Apple PodcastsSpotifyStitcher and anywhere you listen to your favorite shows.

Join us for the household operations workshop starting October 19, and leave feeling better prepared to manage your properties in three weeks.

Catch up on past episodes of the Easemakers Podcast to hear from more experts in the private service industry, and don’t forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts to get notified about future episodes. And of course, be sure to join the conversation in the Easemakers community after you listen!

The Easemakers Podcast is presented by Nines, household management software and services built for discerning households and the private service professionals who support them.

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