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How to Conserve Water and Energy in Your Rental Property

Water and energy conservation are at the forefront of many peoples’ minds. As the cost of energy continues to rise, major droughts are also becoming a real threat in regions all across the country. Thus, as the number of people wanting to become environmentally friendly with their daily activities increases, it is important as a rental property […]

What are the Hidden Costs of Being a Landlord?

Being a landlord seems easy from the outside looking in. All you have to do is buy properties and find tenants to live in them, right? Unfortunately, no. Much more goes into it, including time, money, management skills, and more. Landlords have several expenses to consider aside from the price of buying investment properties. Today, […]

Clean, Safe, Profitable: How Industrial Cleaners Boost Property Management

In the competitive field of residential property management, the adage “first impressions last” isn’t just a saying—it’s a business reality. The importance of maintaining a clean and welcoming environment cannot be overstated. For property managers and facility maintenance professionals, investing in industrial cleaning is not merely a matter of aesthetics—it’s a strategic business choice that […]

Normal Wear and Tear vs Damage in a Rental Home

When you live in a rental property, respecting and caring for the owner’s space is important. After all, you don’t own the home, so treating it with respect is vital. That said, when you live in a property for an extended period of time, it’s bound to receive some normal wear and tear. However, there’s […]

When to Consider a Rent Increase

Did you know that the country’s rent index increased at an annualized rate of 3.6% in 2017? At the time, that was a significant increase compared to previous years. However, since then, we’ve seen even larger increases. From 2021 to 2022, we saw average rents increase by 14.07%, one of the largest increases since 2017. […]

Should You Allow Tenants to Pay Rent With a Credit Card?

There are several ways to pay rent, whether you bring a check to your landlord or pay online using a debit or credit card. That said, there are pros and cons to each method. Seeing your landlord or property manager in person and handing them a check for your rent payment can make you feel […]

How to Add a Tenant to an Existing Lease Agreement

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If you find that your tenant has a long-term guest or unofficial roommate, what can you do? If they’re honest about the situation and the new roommate isn’t causing harm to the property, you may add them to the current lease. Today, we’ll review how to add a tenant to an existing lease and why […]

Managing Multiple Properties: Tips for Efficiency

Some landlords own one or two properties and are able to manage them seamlessly without putting too much time and effort into it. They may even also have full-time jobs in which they put most of their focus. However, landlords with several rental properties may find focusing on anything besides property management challenging. In the […]

How to Avoid Housing Discrimination as a Landlord

It is always a landlord’s goal to find the “perfect tenant” to occupy their rental home. While performing thorough screenings of potential tenants that include background and credit checks, employment and income verifications, and even communication with previous landlords, income property owners must be careful that they avoid housing discrimination when it comes to placing […]

HOAs Are Trying to Stop Investors from Buying Houses to Rent

Buying houses to rent is a big decision for investors, especially if you’re new to rental property investing. There’s a lot to consider, like where you’re going to buy property, how you’ll finance the property, and how you’ll run your rental business. One aspect to consider is buying properties in HOA communities–which is becoming more […]