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Friday, December 9, 2016

5 Easy Holiday Decoration Tips for Renters
Property Management Blog Help your renters feel festive this holiday season by sharing these tips on how to decorate for the holidays without violating the terms of their lease. Suction Solutions Putting lights around the perimeter of a window allows you to share a little illumination with the outside world. Instead of putting screw hooks in the frame aro...

Friday, December 2, 2016

Give Renters What They Want
Property Management Blog The basic economics of any business involve a balance between supply and demand. As landlords, we spend much of our time thinking about supply. We constantly ask: Where should my properties be located? How many bedrooms and bathrooms should they have? What kind of flooring and lighting should I install? However, we less frequen...

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Making a Small Space More Desirable for Tenants
Property Management Blog Capturing the tiny house trend will give your tenants more options when looking at a studio or small apartment.  These tiny dwellings will be more desirable if they are well organized and have extra usable storage space. From dual-purpose furniture to the clever use of tension rods, landlords can create plenty of room for tenants to stor...

Friday, October 28, 2016

How Often Can a Landlord Inspect a Rental Property?
Property Management Blog Some tenants think that landlords only want to inspect a rental property so they can discover something, anything, in an effort to keep the security deposit. Most landlords aren’t looking for a way to get out of returning a security deposit when they inspect a rental property. They are merely keeping tabs on their investment. Here...

Friday, October 21, 2016

Four Considerations When Buying Locks For Your Rental Property
Property Management Blog Locks are a property’s first line of defense. They are a landlords, or property managers, way of assigning and revoking access. If someone moves out, they should not be able to get back into the property and when a new tenant arrives, they should have complete access to their new home. That requires having old keys returned, rekeying lo...

Friday, October 14, 2016

Why Your Busy Work Schedule May Actually Be Getting You Nowhere
Property Management Blog There are multiple paths available to become successful. There are lists of characteristics of successful people, lists of daily tasks we should be trying to accomplish, and extensive lists of ways to be more productive. That’s a lot of stuff, especially for the newer real estate investor or entrepreneur. According to Gary Keller, the c...

Friday, October 7, 2016

How to Pay for College Using Real Estate
Property Management Blog So there are some basic things about real estate you want to learn about before you go out and purchase your first investment property; however, we don’t have time to discuss those here.  With that said, what I’m going to show you is how using real estate — moreover, being a landlord — can be an incredible means to pay for sch...

Friday, September 30, 2016

Interviewing Property Managers: Finding the Right Fit
Property Management Blog Finding the right property manager for your investment is not always easy, but it is essential for protecting your investment and generating a profit.  Some of the important factors to explore, and questions to ask before hiring a property management company are: Ask them to tell you their collection/eviction process. How long doe...

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Assessing Your Risk Profile
Property Management Blog We see risk-takers being lauded as the “movers and shakers” of the world. People who achieve impossible ambitions, who stand up to overwhelming authority or power, or who survive insane circumstances through daring and skill. Every investment can be thought of in terms of a simple gamble. You’re going to put X on the table and play...

Thursday, September 15, 2016

6 Ways to Be Landlord of the Year (& Retain Your Best Tenants!)
Property Management Blog The best approach to being a property manager is often debated. Some still side with playing bad cop — the stern warden who doesn’t care what the story is. Others have found amazing success in being incredibly generous. The truth is that you do have to be a professional and responsible rental property owner. You need to protect your...

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