almost 6 years ago by Michael Monteiro
The good news is that in this day and age, there are a number of options for keeping tenants updated about property events and updates on a real-time basis. Now itâ€™s up to you to identify the mod...
over 5 years ago by Bill Gray
Financially, many landlords are shooting themselves in the foot. The application process is normally the first place they do so. Incomplete and inaccurate rental applications cost landlords much ne...
about 7 years ago by Michael Monteiro
The alarm clock goes off, and itâ€™s a beautiful morningâ€¦but you donâ€™t want to get out of bed. Youâ€™re chasing a tenant for delinquent rent. Looking back, you remember that you had a pretty go...
almost 7 years ago by Michael Monteiro
Security deposits, and how theyâ€™re handled, may be one of the most misunderstood topics for landlords and property managers alike. Part of the confusion stems from the fact that laws regarding se...
about 5 years ago by David Lowrey
If you have been in property management long enough, you have seen approved tenants change their minds about leasing a rental for all sorts of crazy reasons. Just yesterday, I had a client give me...
over 6 years ago by Teo Zhenjie
Are you looking for reliable property guys who can help you repair and maintain your rental property? Then learn all about the different types of repairmen and find out which one is right for you.
over 6 years ago by Frank Gallinelli
Basic guidelines for managing your income property successfully.
over 6 years ago by Jodi Steinfeld
Duplicating screening techniques and tips
over 6 years ago by Mike Fiorillo
Now is a great time to own an investment property. Rates are low and there are many strong investment opportunities available.
about 5 years ago by Brent Williams
What is really driving your residents to renew their lease? This article takes the well-established Hygiene Theory and applies it to resident satisfaction, which will lower your turnover.