For landlords, processing and returning the security deposit in a timely manner is imperative for the future relationship with past renters and new-coming renters.
Here are tips to address pet damage to an apartment.
Find out when and whether a tenant can change the locks.
Is it time to adapt your policy to the property’s needs?
Figure out how to handle this common occurrence legally and empathetically.
Professionals share their tips on how to be a good landlord. Read them here!
Military personnel can make great tenants but it’s important for landlords to understand how the system works.
Keep your pipes warm to keep them from bursting open.
Icy precipitation and freezing temps are on the way. Make sure you’ve winterized your rentals!
Spotting fake pay stubs could help you avoid renting to a tenant who can’t pay. Here’s how to do it.
They take a lot of the pressure off of property owners.
Create an excellent virtual house tour with these tips.
Changes to a lease protect both tenants and landlords.
Most are quite easy to handle with some simple conversation.
Don’t wait until the roof caves in to fix the problem.
There are instances where it can happen.
They’re a good idea to ensure you don’t end up with a vacant unit.
It can make all the difference in how much money you’re on the hook for.
It’s all a personal preference on where you lean.
Think about the big picture.
Don’t let your tenant get away with not paying the money you’re owed.
While they can’t require a tenant to have it, they can strongly recommend it.
Start simple and work your way up from there.
It’s a lot of work, but could have a big payoff.
The more you know, the more successful you’ll be.
There are a few things you need to consider first.
Don’t skimp on coverage!
Rent receipts are so important for so many reasons.
Dig a little deeper to get the full story.
These red flags might mean you don’t get paid.
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