To hire a professional photographer or not to hire a professional photographer? That is the question.
Being a landlord comes with many rental property expenses. Understanding them ensures you’re budgeting accurately and making money.
Even with a rental, it’s important to know where your property lines are. Here’s how to find them.
As a landlord, you decide if renters pay HOA fees. Here’s what you can ask of them.
The past year has seen a lot of change in the rental market. Find what’s expected to happen in the upcoming year.
These cities not only have a lot to offer, but they’ll also bring in some serious profit, too.
Give this move-out checklist to your renter so they leave your home ready for the next tenant.
Verifying proof of income is a key part to screening tenants. Here are the best sources to use.
Renting a house involves budgeting, knowing what you need, browsing homes and negotiating a lease.
Property owners have several ways to collect rent, including picking up checks to accepting electronic payments.
Know how to handle a holdover tenant and protect your best interests.
Record-keeping is critical to being a successful property owner. Here are 10 rental documents you should always keep.
As a landlord, if you know your home has lead, you’re required to let your tenant know. Here’s what you need to know about the lead-based paint disclosure.
Get all the info on what rent application fees are all about and why landlords charge them.
Rent concessions are lease adjustments that property owners offer to help get their homes rented quickly.
Get tips to help write informative and brief landlord reference letters.
Listing your rental in multiple places can shorten the time it’s vacant. These sites are where to start.
Thinking of changing the locks on your rental, but unsure if it’s allowed? We’ll clear things up.
Don’t forget to calculate your rental’s square footage before you list. Here’s how to do it the right way.
There are many rental terms you may be unfamiliar to with. This glossary will help you learn them.
Rent houses are a great investment. If you’ve ever wondered about buying a rental, here are 25 benefits.
Make sure you’ve got the right finesse when rejecting rental applications with the help of this template.
Keep track of the condition of your property with this checklist.
Sometimes evictions are unavoidable. Here’s what you need to know.
Pools attract tenants and higher rents. Renting a home with a pool brings more responsibility for property owners.
As a landlord, allowing pets into your property is a major decision. Consider adding pet deposits, pet rent or pet fees into your standard lease.
Don’t let renting to college students stress you out!
Make sure you’re pricing your security deposit right!
Bathroom renovations are often expensive, and can even be unnecessary at times. Use these bathroom improvement ideas that are more cost effective that will still give your space a refreshing new feel and look.
Just because you’re looking at a large home doesn’t mean you’re looking at a mansion. Here we break down the charateristics of what makes a home a mansion beyond the square footage.
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