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Tag Archives: Tips for Landlords

Single Family vs. Multi-Family Homes: Which is Right for You? 

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Are you trying to decide between investing in a single-family vs multi-family property? We understand that this choice is crucial. It’s not just about picking a property, but it’s about finding the right match for your money goals, your way of investing, and how you see your money growing in real estate.  In this guide, […]

How to Deal with Parking in Multi-Family Buildings

Most apartment buildings provide private parking, which can be convenient for residents wondering where to park. However, parking in multi-family buildings can be tricky to manage. Property owners may face various types of parking options, such as surface lots, parking garages, and off-site lots. While each of these will help tenants avoid street parking, it’s […]

9 Questions You Should Ask When Interviewing a Property Manager

Are you tired of handling your day-to-day landlord responsibilities on your own? If so, you’re likely considering hiring a property manager to help make your rental property business less demanding. However, if you choose the wrong property manager, your decision could backfire, making your job as a landlord even more stressful. That’s why it’s important […]

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 […]

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 […]

9 Simple Updates to Increase Energy Efficiency in Your Rental

You may feel that investing in energy efficiency for your rental properties is not the best use of time and money. After all, you are not the one living in the property and, therefore, will not reap any of the benefits. However, you couldn’t be more wrong. Today, we’ll go over nine ways to increase […]

Real Estate Numbers You Should Know for Property Investment Success

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Getting into the rental property business is exciting, especially if you are a new landlord. With the dream of making money, whether just to supplement your current income or become financially independent from the grind of the corporate world, there is much to look forward to! Luckily, most people who make rental property investments succeed […]

Offseason Vacancy – How Landlords Can Avoid it and Fill Rentals Quickly

Fall and winter are full of fun festivities, but for landlords, the changing weather signals the start of the offseason. While the slower months are advantageous if owners want to focus on sprucing up their rental, marketing can prove challenging. In a time where leads are not pouring in as they did over the Summer, […]

Top Tips for Renting to Travel Nurses

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When thinking about your dream tenant, have you ever considered a travel nurse? Many traveling healthcare professionals need short-term accommodations for their ever-changing job placements. So, if you own rental properties, you may consider marketing and advertising to travel nurses or other healthcare professionals. If this interests you, read along as we review some of […]

How to Boost Tenant Retention by Addressing Maintenance Concerns

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Addressing tenant maintenance concerns in a timely manner is often more important to your tenants than anything else you or your property management company can do. In fact, it can be more critical than reasonable rental rates, amenities, or move-in incentives like cash or discounts. As such, it’s important to keep your tenants happy by providing […]