Running a rental property is just like any other business: it comes with risks. Since a property’s condition can deteriorate with time due to normal wear and tear, it may not look as it did before. However, some of these issues may come from the tenants’ activities or neglect.

Damage by tenants ma...

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When you’re a landlord, it’s always best to be well-versed in property laws. Knowing the law will let you serve your renters and be a great landlord. Aside from studying the regular landlord-tenant laws, you should also brush up on the “Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment.”

Even if it’s not explic...

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As a rental property owner, your chief goal is to land great tenants who will stay for the long-term in your unit. Having this kind of tenant is the best way to maximize your investment returns year after year.

If you want to learn how to identify and retain qualified tenants, keep on reading!

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While many landlords and tenants are on good terms with each other from the start, a landlord-tenant relationship can take work. There can be an incompatibility in opinions and expectations, and several barriers may exist before a positive working relationship can happen. With enough time and effort...

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Being a landlord can be lucrative. The potential passive monthly income generated from a rental property can enable you to increase your savings or pay off your mortgage. The potential increase in the property’s value over time can help you build wealth, as well.

You will, at some point, need to...

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