Here are tips to address pet damage to an apartment.
Find out when and whether a tenant can change the locks.
Minimize stress and mess in one step!
Is it time to adapt your policy to the property’s needs?
Are earnest money and down payments the same? Almost, but there’s a fine distinction.
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.
The Schedule E form looks complicated at first. We’ll break it down step by step.
A rental history report shows landlords your story as a renter, so it’s your job to make sure it’s accurate.
Hosting a holiday party this winter? These seven tips should get you started.
If you have a pet or plan to get one, here’s what you need to know.
You can’t just pack and leave. There are some chores to finish up.
Don’t get caught without a plan in place.
Do everything you can to lessen the burden of moving.
The perfect party is about more than throwing some burgers on the grill.
Landlords want to make sure you’re going to pay your rent.
Learn how a sublease works and how you might be able to do it.
An eviction on your record doesn’t mean you’ll never rent again.
These rights are there to protect you.
The main goal is the same, but there are differences.
They put the human element to your credit report.
A landlord that accepts housing vouchers ensures Section 8 renters have an affordable place to live.
Landlord selling your rental? Don’t fear, we’ve got the information to make the process easier on you.
If you’re looking to add a live element to your home’s decor or add some fresh herbs to your favorite dish, learn how to start planting a herb garden of your own.
A successful moving day means staying organized and avoiding stress.
Renting out your mother-in-law suite brings in extra money but also expenses. Here are the pros and cons.
Improve your rental property’s yard and catch renters’ attention with these easy DIY tasks for spring.
Time to get cozy by the fire!
As a landlord, you decide if renters pay HOA fees. Here’s what you can ask of them.
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