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Pricing your home to Rent-

Pricing Your Home to Rent!

March 22, 2022
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Pricing Your Home to Rent! Pricing real estate right is an art and what it will rent for is a combination of many factors. We’ll go over those here so you can determine how to best price your rental so that you get a qualified tenant while being on the market for the least amount…

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What To Do If Your Tenant Is a Hoarder

What To Do If Your Tenant Is A Hoarder!

March 16, 2022
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What To Do If Your Tenant Is A Hoarder! While doing a regular walkthrough to check the condition of your rental property, you notice that the tenant has accumulated quite a bit of stuff. Maybe this is a situation where your tenant is a hoarder. What do you do? Hopefully, this is something that you’ll…

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5 Reasons Landlords Can Evict Tenants

5 Reasons Landlords Can Evict Tenants

March 10, 2022
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5 Reasons Landlords Can Evict Tenants What are five reasons your landlord can evict you? The most common reason that everyone thinks of is nonpayment of rent, but not everyone is aware that there are other things that can get you evicted as well, even when you’re paying rent on time! What are they?  Lease…

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Minimize Maintenance Isssues

Things You Can Do to Minimize Maintenance Issues at Your Rental!

March 4, 2022
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Things You Can Do to Minimize Maintenance Issues at Your Rental! When homeowners move out of their residence and turn their home into a rental, there are sometimes customizations and upgrades that you might want to remove or change before you get tenants. Some items are generally appealing to most renters, but they may also…

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Managing Vacent Properites

Managing Vacant Properties!

February 22, 2022
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 Managing Vacant Properties!   Some owners look for property managers to watch over their home if it’s vacant for an extended period or manage the house while it’s empty in between tenants. Why would you want someone to do this, and what does it entail? Many people think managing a vacant home is easier than…

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Security Deposit

Security Deposits Wall and Paint

February 15, 2022
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Security Deposits Wall and Paint You had tenants, but now they’ve moved out. What can you charge them for any damage to the property? It’s not as straightforward as you might think, it’s not an exact science, and there are a few things to consider. In this article, we’ll specifically address wall damage and painting.…

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How to Hire a Professional and Qualified Contractor

How to Hire a Professional and Qualified Contractor for Your Rental Property

February 10, 2022
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How to Hire a Professional and Qualified Contractor for Your Rental Property Finding a good contractor to work on your rental property is not just getting a bid for the work. You want to make sure the person is reputable, experienced, and has the proper licenses (if required) and insurance. Some contractors will help you…

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10 Maintenance Items You Should Do Between Tenants

10 Maintenance Items You Should Do Between Tenants

February 2, 2022
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10 Maintenance Items You Should Do Between Tenants Paint Touch-ups Regardless of how long the outgoing tenant was on the property, there are usually some nail holes or scuffs that you may want to touch up. Depending on the type of paint you have, this may be easy or difficult. Touching up flat paint is…

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Your Rental List Price is Important

5 Reasons Your Rental List Price is Important!

January 25, 2022
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 5 Reasons Your Rental List Price is Important! January 25, 2022 Landlords usually have a list of qualities their ideal tenants possess, like willingness to sign a long lease, having excellent credit, no pets, stable jobs, and income, etc. Still, they rarely think that pricing their property right from the start is the best chance they have of getting ideal tenants. Here…

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From Homeowner to Investor

Going From Homeowner to Real Estate Investor

January 18, 2022
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­Many homes we manage were previously occupied by the owners. Maybe you lived there five years or twenty. Perhaps it’s where you raised your children that are now grown and have moved out. The house may have been the backdrop for a lot of memories, but once you move and turn it into a rental,…

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