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Tag Archives: Tips for Landlords

What is Considered Emergency Rental Maintenance?

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Whether you are a tenant or landlord, no one wants to deal with the inconvenience of emergency rental maintenance. For landlords, maintenance of any kind requires time, money, and coordinating efforts. That said, effective repair policies rely on a clear understanding of what is and is not an emergency, along with a process to handle […]

How to Find and Interpret Comps for Rental Properties

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 Before buying a rental property, you’ll want to ensure it’s a smart and lucrative investment. However, it can be difficult to determine the profitability of a property in any given location. As such, many investors find it beneficial to compare rentals and their amenities in similar locations before purchasing a rental property. If you want […]

What is Wrongful Eviction? – A Landlord’s Guide to Avoiding Illegal Eviction

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When a tenant stops paying rent, fails to vacate, or breaches the lease provisions, all a landlord wants is to get them out as quickly as possible. However, trying to do so can prove to be a long and tedious process. Due to the cost and time involved in removing a non-compliant tenant, landlords may […]

The New Normal – A Property Managers Guide to Remote Operations

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Remote operations have become more prevalent throughout the property management industry. Many businesses forced into remote work environments due to the COVID-19 pandemic are now realizing how beneficial it can be. In fact, remote operations equal opportunity! Read on as we discuss how companies are adapting processes to working remotely, added benefits, plus how to […]

Will Holding a Rental Open House Help Fill Your Vacancy Faster?

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Marketing your rental properties can consist of several things. You can add tons of photos, create thorough descriptions, and list your property on several sites. However, you can also host a rental open house to show potential renters exactly what they’d be getting if they rented your property. If you want to learn more about […]

Unusual, But Legal, Pets Your Tenant May Own in a Rental Property

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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 […]

7 Practical Tips for Landlords Dealing with Terrible Tenants

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Terrible tenants can make your job as a landlord tough. Some of them pay rent late every month, while others are careless and damage your property. Most property owners face the hassle of dealing with difficult tenants at some point, and it is not easy. Fortunately, we have put together a list of types of […]

Who is Responsible for Pest Control in Your Rental Property?

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No one wants to hear the words “pest infestation.” This is a health hazard, but pests can also damage the rental property and cost hundreds to eradicate. So, as soon as you notice any pest or vermin, it must be dealt with as quickly as possible. That said, getting rid of unwanted pests is only […]

5 Common Plumbing Issues For Landlords to Watch For in a Rental

5 Common Plumbing Issues For Landlords to Watch For in a Rental

If you are a landlord, one of the last things you want to deal with is plumbing issues in one of your rental properties. However, these scenarios pop up from time to time and must be handled quickly and accordingly. Otherwise, you may end up with more damages within your rental than you bargained for. […]

Protecting Your Investment with a Move-Out Checklist

Protecting Your Investment with a Move-Out Checklist

It is best to plan for every part of the rental process as a landlord, including move-outs. Most tenants and landlords have heard of the practice, but not everyone understands what a move-out checklist should include. Thus, we have compiled a comprehensive explanation of the process from notice to vacate to new move-in. Read along […]