Property Management

Whether you own one small apartment building or several, you should have two very specific goals in mind. The first one is to keep each unit consistently filled with reliable tenants. And, the second one is to keep your rental income coming in. However, it...

Anyone in the property management business knows, that long term renters are better for business. In fact, the ROI in your property is never higher than when you can retain the same tenant year after year. That’s because long term renters stay longer, giving you...

Real estate management can be a nightmare if you don’t know what you are doing. For many, the investment in real estate means renting it out for the passive income and appreciation. After all, that is what a real estate investment should provide. But, not...

Rental repairs and maintenance are a part of managing a rental. And, no matter how thorough and consistent you are with preventative maintenance, problems at the property will still develop. From a cabinet door that falls off its hinges to pest problems, as a landlord...

One of the most important responsibilities of a landlord is conducting thorough walk throughs. In fact, landlords who conduct a good initial walk-through of their rental property, will experience less damage than those who rush through or skip the process altogether. That’s because doing walk...

From move-in ready units to easy access, smart technology, and pet friendly rentals, knowing what renters want is important! Not only does it increase your chances of finding good tenants, but it also helps you stand out. Although cost and location are always at the...

During the tenant screening process red flags are something you should be aware of. The process of finding good tenants begins when you are interviewing them. And, it is during this initial contact when red flags will begin to surface. Whether they are subtle red...

For most landlords, preparing for a tenant move out is something that is often overlooked. After all, it is far more exciting on move-in day and easy to assume your tenants will stay forever. But the truth is, all tenants come and go. Although hanging...

As a landlord, you can make your job easier by setting specific rental rules for your tenants to follow. These rules, if set down within a lease agreement, will give you legal recourse should your tenants fail to follow them (lease violations). From clauses to...

Landlords need tenants, and tenants needs landlords. But finding tenants that will take care of your rental can be a challenge. From curb appeal and the rental application to screening, background checks and everything else in between, finding good quality tenants isn’t easy. While there...