Property Management Blog

Five Ways to Tell If You're Cut Out To Be A Landlord

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There is an increasing interest among homeowners who choose to rent out their property instead of selling it when they move. Perhaps your home value has dropped, or you must leave quickly to take a promotion in another city. There... read more >>

Do HOAs Allow Owners to Rent Out Their Condos

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Homeowners who live in a neighborhood or condominium with a homeowners' association (HOA) must abide by the association's rules, bylaws, or articles. In some cases, the HOA can take serious action when a homeowner goes aga... read more >>

Setting the Late Fees and Grace Periods for Rent

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Landlords and property owners are business-oriented. They may like their residents and even have friendly relationships with some of them, but the bottom line is that they expect the rent to be paid on time each month.It is a... read more >>

What am I Obligated to Fix as a Landlord

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Rental properties provide owners with lucrative investment opportunities, but the job also comes with responsibilities to the tenant. Various federal, state and local laws require that landlords maintain a safe and habitable space... read more >>

Costs to Expect When You Rent Out Your Property

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Do you know what costs are associated with renting out your house? Not every expense is an obvious one.Sure, you may need to conduct repairs over time, and you may even decide to pay for certain utilities for your tenants. However... read more >>

Why Your Rental Contract Should Address Cannabis Usage

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Not so many years ago, it would have been unthinkable for landlords and property managers to include an official stance on the use, possession, and cultivation of cannabis by the residents living in their apartments, condo units, ... read more >>

Understanding Your Lease Agreement Terms

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You found a dream home and got approved! The next step is signing the lease. Most tenants don’t even read the lease agreement before they sign it, but not only should you read it, but you should understand what to look for.&... read more >>

Tips for Doing a Thorough Rental Walkthrough

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A rental walkthrough is a process of documenting the condition of a property before a tenant moves in and then again after the tenant moves out to check if there is any damage and if the tenant’s security deposit should be c... read more >>

7 Tips for Marketing Your Rental Property

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1. Take Great Photos.Take photos of every room so prospective tenants can get an idea of the space and layout. In addition, take a quick video walking through the home as you would if you were giving an in-person tour. Photo/... read more >>

Pricing Your Home to Rent

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Pricing real estate right is an art and what it will rent for is a combination of many factors. We’ll go over those here so you can determine how to best price your rental so that you get a qualified tenant while being on th... read more >>
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