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Monthly Archives: June 2022

Why Venmo and PayPal Are Not the Best Way to Collect Rent

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With today’s technology, consumers have several different ways to pay for goods and services. For instance, many transactions are done online using peer-to-peer payment methods like Venmo or PayPal. However, although these are great ways to send money to friends and family or pay bills online, there are some risks when it comes to paying […]

What to Expect for Your Renter’s Insurance Coverage

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Many landlords and tenants have heard of renter’s insurance, but do you know what it does and why it’s so important to the rental industry? For tenants that want to protect their personal property and avoid liability claims, renter’s insurance can play a vital role in being a good tenant. In addition, both landlords and […]

How Does Inflation Impact Real Estate Investors and Landlords?

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Due to inflation, many goods and services increase in price, making it difficult for some consumers to get what they need. Even investors and landlords are affected by the rates of inflation. Additionally, the housing supply and demand are part of the inflation impact on real estate. If you’re wondering about inflation and its effects […]

How Much Should Investors Save for Rental Property Maintenance Costs

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Owning and managing rental properties takes a ton of time, money, and effort. One of the significant aspects of managing rental properties is keeping up with routine maintenance, emergency maintenance issues, and other maintenance requests. As such, it’s crucial to account for rental property maintenance costs while creating your business budget. Here’s what you need […]

Budget-Friendly DIY Outdoor Living Spaces for Your Rental Property

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Summer is one of the best times to get together with friends and family–and what better way to spend it than outdoors? For some, this means creating a personal outdoor space at home. Luckily, whether you own a home or live in a rental, there are several things you can do to create DIY outdoor […]

Apartment Search Checklist: 10 Things Every Renter Should Look For

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Finding a new apartment that fits all your wants and needs is quite tricky these days. Additionally, with virtual tours becoming the new norm, it can be challenging to picture what some rental properties look like. Either way, it’s crucial for tenants to come up with an apartment search checklist to find the right rental […]

How to Market a Rental Property That is Still Tenant-Occupied

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All landlords want to limit tenant turnovers and vacancies as much as possible. Sometimes, this means marketing your rental property while another tenant still occupies it. That said, there are several things to consider while marketing and showing a tenant-occupied rental property. Keep reading to learn how to market a rental that’s currently occupied and […]

Creating a Roommate Agreement – A Guide for Tenants

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Whether you’re moving to a new city for school or want a chance to start over in a new town, finding a roommate or two has its perks. Finding a trusted roommate can help you become familiar with your new city while saving money on rent and utilities. If you’re wondering about the benefits of […]

How Tenants Can Build Credit by Paying Rent and Boost Their Score

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Having and building credit is an integral part of life. After all, you use credit to obtain mortgages, student loans, auto loans, and more. However, it’s hard to get these things without a good credit score. Building credit takes time, but it can help people in several ways. If you want to know how to […]

How Can Tenants Avoid Rent Increases When Renewing Their Lease?

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Most tenants will experience a rent increase at some point throughout their rental career. Rent increases are common and sometimes necessary to keep up with market trends, inflation rates, and rental expenses. However, although rent increases are beneficial for owners, it leaves tenants in a tough spot. Is there anything tenants can do to avoid […]