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Top 5 Things to Emphasize in Your Tenant Welcome Packet

First impressions are vitally important in business. For landlords, this begins the very first time a prospective tenant reaches out. To create a great landlord-tenant relationship, the goal is to continually foster positive interactions, including during move-in. Providing new residents with a tenant welcome packet can help set the tone for the rest of the […]

The Landlord’s Guide to Rent Increases

  Rent increases are a normal and even expected part of any rental property business. Moreover, unless local law includes rent control policies, landlords are free to increase the rent as they see fit. While the goal for all investors is to make money, relying on rent increases to do so can easily backfire. Instead, […]

How to Determine Tenant Damages Vs. Wear and Tear

  Normal wear and tear are something every landlord must deal with at one point or another. On the other hand, handling tenant damage is a different process entirely. In many cases, determining the difference between normal wear and tear versus tenant damage is a fine line. In addition, this can be a significant source […]

How to Handle After-Hours Calls from Your Tenant

  Being a landlord is not a 9 to 5, Monday through Friday job. That said, being a rental owner comes with both pros and cons. Plus, there are times when working in a non-traditional industry such as real estate can wreak havoc on your schedule. For example, one of the common disruptions for landlords […]

6 Tips to Successfully Showing a Rental Property

  Facilitating property tours for prospective tenants is an essential part of being a landlord. In fact, this step in the process is just as crucial as marketing to and screening potential renters. Most landlords realize that showing their property in the best possible light is crucial. Sometimes a deep clean, staging furniture, or boosting […]

Unusual, But Legal, Pets Your Tenant May Own

For many individuals, pets are just as much a part of their family as any blood relative.¬†Whether or not your rental allows pets could significantly affect your qualified tenant pool in today’s rental industry. As a landlord, accepting pets is a big decision, and there are plenty of things to consider. Today our focus is […]

The Top 5 Pro Tips For Long-Term Resident Retention

The Top 5 Pro Tips For Long-Term Resident Retention

  Learning how to retain your tenants, and encouraging them to sign lease renewals, is something all successful property owners do. In fact, learning this skill early on saves you time and money in the long run. When tenants renew, you eliminate the need to advertise a vacancy, screen for new tenants, draft a new […]

Top 7 Perks Tenants Are Looking For in a Bel Air Rental Property

As a rental property owner, it is your job to find ways to screen for the right kind of tenants to lease your Bel Air property. This is especially true if you want to become a successful landlord. While screening, you might look for high quality tenants with good paying jobs, that have the ability […]

Top 7 Gifts For Your Philadelphia Tenant’s Welcome Package

First impressions are a big deal when it comes to moving tenants into your Philadelphia rental property. In fact, the way in which you handle the entire move-in process is sure to set the tone for the entire lease term. If you want an easy way to impress your new tenants, make them feel welcome […]

3 Ways to Help Your Tenants Calculate Renters Insurance Coverage

Requiring your tenants to have renters insurance is one of the best ways to protect yourself, your Abingdon rental property, and your tenants. Unfortunately, many tenants feel that having renters insurance is not necessary. In fact, a 2016 Insurance Information Institute poll reports that only 41% of renters have renters insurance, compared to 95% of […]