Last update Sep 12, 2019
When making investments in your rental property, sometimes the smallest upgrades can have the biggest impact. See what changes you can make to ensure your property gets the biggest return.
Last update Sep 12th, 2019
Last update Sep 14, 2019
In the modern world, you need a connection to the internet. Getting it set up in a new place can be a hassle, especially if you don’t know what you need to get. If you’re presented with internet service options,
Deciding how to handle rental applications is a big deal for your business. While most looking and applying for apartments is done online, maybe you’re more old school and hesitant to handle it that way. Even so, it’s probably the
Last update Sep 7, 2019
If you’ve decided to furnish your rental property, you now have a whole other set of problems. It’s not easy to pick pieces for a furnished rental, but you have to do it. What furniture do you get? How do
If you live in any remotely urban area, parking issues are likely to come up. Space is limited, so where you can put your car is also going to be quite limited. Where there are space constraints, parking issues are
When looking for a rental home, you have many choices. Too many, in fact. Trying to search online for the right rental will show you so many that it’s nearly impossible to get through it all. It’s not impossible, but
Summer is here, which means that you have some redecorating projects ahead of you. You want to feel like it’s a new season, not just the same thing all year all the time. Read on for some of our best
Having roommates is a great financial decision, but gives you an entirely different set of problems. You now have to live with someone, or multiple someone’s, and handle all the interpersonal conflict that comes with that. Learning how to deal
Last update Aug 24, 2019
The kitchen can be one of the most intimidating areas in your home. A mess of cooking implements combined with a mess from cooking means that it can be, well, a mess. You can do better. Follow these tips to
Moving requires as much work and thought as you can give it and then some. For example, of all the things you’ll have to do, have you thought about the best ways of packing your moving truck? Yet another reason
If you don’t move in at the start of the month, your landlord may prorate rent for your first month. The reason for this is pretty simple: if you aren’t occupying the home for the full month, you shouldn’t have
As a landlord, it’s easy to be seen by your tenants as just “the owner of the building”. If you own anything larger, like a multifamily home, multiple adjacent properties or an apartment building, you probably want there to be
We know, garbage isn’t exactly a topic you like thinking about. You’re all ready to move into a new home and don’t want to think about how to get rid of the often smelly waste you produce every day. It
Is your home a mess? Don’t worry, we won’t judge. It happens to all of us. Still, if you need some help, here are tips to help with organizing your rental home. Declutter Sometimes, the best approach is to avoid
Last update Aug 3, 2019
Being a pet owner and a renter tend to work at odds with each other. Sure, there are many rental homes that allow pets, but there are also many landlords who just don’t want to deal with the issues that
Spring is the time for cleaning, so let us help you make it less of a chore than it has been every other year you’ve done it. Follow these simple spring cleaning tips to help make it go by more
Many rentals can have strict rules about pets, but you’re luckier than that. Your new place allows pets, but what do you choose? What are the best pets for rental home living? There’s no one answer that fits everyone, but
It’s your first time finding your own place! Isn’t it exciting? Or is it more terrifying? Either way, you’re going to have to be careful. There are many first-time renters’ mistakes that you could easily fall prey to in your
You put a lot of work into your rental property, but sometimes you just want to get away from it all. It’s stressful and a lot of work, but how do you take a vacation as a landlord? The same
A security deposit can be a substantial amount of money. For that reason, you want to get as much of it back as you can. But what can you do to make that happen? It starts right at the beginning.
It’s easy to get caught up in the negatives about your home in your day to day life. The rent is due, the house is a mess and a million other little things. But just think about your home a
With days full of work and family commitments, you need a houseplant that can survive if forgotten about for awhile. Here are a few to consider if you find it hard to remember their care on a regular basis.
Last update Jul 17, 2019
Nobody wants any pests in their home. While you can feel helpless if an infestation occurs, there are certain steps you can take to keep critters out of your home for good.
“Smart Home” is a term that encompasses a growing number of devices capable of communicating, sharing information and working together to make everyday household tasks easier, more efficient and more fun.
Experienced landlords know the best way to avoid issues with a rental home is to select tenants carefully. Asking the right questions early in the process can help weed out tenants that might prove problematic.
Last update Jun 25, 2019
Decorating your home can be a lot of work, but there are several ways to keep it simple and make a large impact.
Last update Jul 2, 2019
A good property manager makes renting out your unit much less stressful. Follow these tips to make sure yours sticks around.
Last update Jun 26, 2019
How do you prepare for peak rental season so you aren’t completely overwhelmed? Here are some tips.
When working on your rental property, pay attention to the lawn. It’s one of the main aspects of curb appeal, so make sure it looks good and is well taken care of.
At some point, you may have to rent out your property to a family with children. How child-proof is your rental?
Changing the lighting can make a big difference in your space, and following these great home lighting tips can help you improve the efficiency, aesthetics and day-to-day livability of your home.
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