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Category Archives: Owning a Rental Property in Pennsylvania

The 4 Types of Inspections Every Rental Landlord Should Complete

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As part of the rental property process, landlords must complete several different types of inspections. Although these take place at different times and for different reasons, the ultimate goal is to protect you, the tenant, and the property. In addition, detailed inspections help landlords discover maintenance issues before they become emergency repairs and ensure that […]

How Do I Become a Property Manager?

The Skills and Certifications Needed to Become a Property Manager

In 2020, the property management industry topped out at over 88 billion dollars in the United States. Steadily expanding since 2017, the property management industry provides a wealth of opportunities for professional and financial growth. Becoming a property manager is a great career for driven individuals with a passion for working with people. Join us […]

Do’s & Don’ts of Decorating Rental Properties for Tenants to Consider

Do's & Don'ts of Decorating Rental Properties for Tenants to Consider

Most people want to live in an environment they enjoy and feel comfortable in. Sometimes, that includes putting up decorations, painting, and adding furniture to make the space feel like your own. However, it can be tricky to do this in a rental property owned by someone else. That said, it inevitably poses a few […]

10 Tax Deductions That Landlords Miss: A Guide for New Investors

10 Tax Deductions That Landlords Miss A Guide for New Investors

Tax time is a particularly stressful time for most people, especially rental investors. After all, landlords need to determine what they can write off without making mistakes on their legal tax documents. Unfortunately, deductions sometimes get missed, excluding some significant tax benefits. To avoid missing out on tax benefits, read along as we go over […]

A Landlord’s Guide to Choosing the Best Rental Property Flooring

A Landlord’s Guide to Choosing the Best Rental Property Flooring

Flooring is one of the most important considerations for your rental property. After all, your flooring can change your rental space’s look, feel, and functionality. It can also help attract and keep quality tenants, increase the value of your property, and create a welcoming environment for tenants. So, what type of rental property flooring should […]

5 Tips for Landlords to Keep in Mind While Renting to Roommates

5 Tips for Landlords to Keep in Mind While Renting to Roommates

To get the most out of your rental business, you may find yourself renting to roommates sometimes. Renting to roommates has some benefits, like filling up vacant units quicker and having a wider range of tenants to rent to. Although it may seem like more of a hassle than renting to a family, we have […]

How to Choose the Best Contractors for Your Rental Property

How Landlords Can Choose the Best Rental Property Contractors

Maintenance in a rental property is inevitable. But, how can investors be sure they are hiring the right person for the job? Rental property contractors are typically easy to find, but investors need to find the right person for the job at hand. That said, finding a reputable, licensed contractor is more complicated than it […]

2021 Rental Property Tax Checklist and Tips for Landlords

2021 Rental Property Tax Checklist and Tips for Landlords

While many benefits come with investing in real estate, tax time can still be a significant source of stress for property owners. Investors that aren’t well versed in tax requirements, deductions, and processes may quickly become overwhelmed. At the same time, the Covid-19 pandemic has posed many tax changes for people worldwide, including landlords and […]

State of the Philadelphia Housing Market and Strategies for 2022

State of the Philadelphia Housing Market and Strategies for 2022

As we enter a new year, the COVID-19 pandemic is, unfortunately, still stuck with us. So, what does that mean for the housing market? Investors hope that the New Year will help create a more stable market. However, the past few years have been abnormal because of the pandemic, and we’ve seen many changes in […]

A Landlord’s Guide to Surviving a Visit From a Fair Housing Tester

How to Survive a Fair Housing Tester Visit A Landlord's Guide

No family or individual should fall victim to housing discrimination, but unfortunately, it happens from time to time. That said, when you own a rental property, there are specific protocols that you must follow. For example, the 1968 Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination against tenants. In addition, housing discrimination claims can have tremendous legal and […]