1. What Your Landlord ISN’T Responsible For

    When you move into a new rental, it’s important to have an idea of what you and your landlord are each responsible for as far as maintenance goes. If you’ve lived in rental properties or apartments in the past, there’s a good chance you will notice a few similarities between the different plac…Read More

  2. What to Do About Tenants With Pet Allergies: Part One

    Many property owners debate whether or not to allow pets in their rental property for various reasons. That being said, if you do decide to allow pets in your rentals, you may have to deal with tenants who have pet allergies at some point or another. When this happens, you may be wondering what you …Read More

  3. Renovation Ideas for Your Rental Property

    As a rental property owner, it’s your job to manage the upkeep and renovations of your property. In an effort to save money, some property managers may only repaint the walls or clean the carpets between tenants. However, over time, doing the bare minimum could leave you struggling to find quality…Read More

  4. How to Eliminate Bad Smells From Your Rental Property

    Whether you’re the property owner or you’re a brand new tenant, the last thing you want is to move into a new apartment or home and have to endure weird smells leftover from the previous tenant. As the property owner, it’s your responsibility to make sure your property is cleaned thoroughly be…Read More

  5. Welcome Gift Ideas to Help Your Tenant Feel More at Home

    As a landlord, you want to ensure that your tenants have a good experience at your rental property, from the first time they walk into their new home to the time they leave. Happy tenants tend to stay longer, write good reviews, and offer recommendations to other potential tenants. For this reason, …Read More

  6. Ways to Make Your Rental Property More Attractive

    When you own or manage rental property, you understand that in order to make a profit, you need to have people who are willing to live in your available units. In a previous post, we talked about marketing your rental property. However, if your rental property isn’t on par with the other propertie…Read More

  7. How to Market Your Rental Property

    As any landlord or property owner will know, the longer apartments, condos, or houses stay available, the more it hurts your bottom line. For this reason, it’s important to market your properties to potential tenants. However, there is a right and a wrong way to market your property so that you re…Read More

  8. Tips for Finding Good Tenants

    As a landlord or property owner, you want to ensure the people you’re renting to are going to take care of your property. Too many times landlords have found themselves leasing to people they thought were perfectly capable tenants only to find out they were very mistaken. This may be your worst ni…Read More

  9. What to Look for In a Rental Property

    Whether you’re thinking about renting an apartment, house, or a condo, there are certain things you should keep an eye out for to ensure that you’re getting the best deal for your money. On the other hand, if you’re thinking about renting out your property, it’s a good idea to know what tena…Read More