Holdover Tenant

December 13, 2022, 3:25 pm

Most landlords don’t want to deal with vacancies. After all, a vacant property means it’s no longer generating income. When a property becomes vacant, it doesn’t generate cash flow to cover the cost of owning and operating a rental business.

That’s why most landlords prefer to have long-term tena...

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Dealing With Noise Complaints

December 7, 2022, 2:26 pm

You will likely get noise complaints if you are the landlord of a building that houses several tenants or if the building is close to other properties.

Neighbors could make these complaints against your renters, vice versa, or by several tenants against one another. This is one of the many reason...

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Risks of Having a Vacant Rental Property

November 16, 2022, 1:31 pm

Every industry faces unique challenges, and the rental market is no exception. At some point, every landlord is faced with the challenge of vacant properties. Vacancies may occur for various reasons, including changing market conditions, ineffective advertising, expensive rent, and more.

A vacant...

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Rental Property Marketing Mistakes

November 14, 2022, 3:45 pm

Are you struggling to attract a wide pool of potential tenants? You’ve created online rental listings, but just don’t seem to be getting a lot of hits. You may be making marketing mistakes without even realizing it.

The way you craft your advertisement and the images you choose to use in your pro...

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How to Keep Renters Happy

October 27, 2022, 12:00 am

It’s difficult to locate excellent tenants that pay their rent on time, maintain the property, and abide by the terms of the lease agreement. Once you’ve landed a qualified renter, you don’t want them to vacate.

Landlords are constantly seeking strategies to persuade excellent tenants to continue...

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