Landlord Tips

Landlords’ Responsibilities to Their Tenants

If you’re a new landlord, you may be focused on preparing the property for potential tenants, along with marketing these spaces to them. Once tenants, are secured however, what is your responsibility to them? It’s important to understand your obligations as a landlord so not only protect your property investment, but also the relationships with …

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Landlord Tips: Attracting and Keeping High-Quality Tenants

When an investor purchases a property with an eye toward renting out units to long-term tenants, what ideally would follow is the steady population of that building with reliable, high-quality tenants that love their apartment, pay their rent on time, and plan on staying put. These people aren’t unicorns, and they can find their way …

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Spring Apartment Building Maintenance Tips

While just about every landlord understands that occasional apartment building maintenance is necessary to maintain a functioning, desirable rental property, spring is an especially good time to undertake some of those responsibilities since winters can be so punishing for buildings and the systems that allow those buildings to run smoothly. As winter wraps up and …

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The Risks of Leaving a Rental Property Vacant

No landlord wants vacant rental properties, first and foremost because a vacant property isn’t bringing in any money. While in most cases the occasional vacancy is unavoidable, landlords should work to keep properties filled because not doing so can lead to costly issues. Even if a space isn’t currently occupied, it is imperative that a …

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Should You Hire A Leasing Agent to Help Rent Your Property?

Whether you own one property or 30, the most important goal for any landlord is keeping renters in every unit. That’s the only way to generate income for these units, but sometimes finding those renters can be a hassle. Plenty of people begin by managing every aspect of their property themselves, including advertising vacancies and …

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