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Friday, September 20
Make clear who is responsible for repairs
There is a long list of repairs that you as the landlord are responsible for, and the tenant may be responsible some as well. Make sure that your rental agreement clearly states who is responsible. We have an article about the most common repairs landlord...
Good communication with your tenant
It is important to make yourself available to your tenants via either phone email or other forms of communication when they need something. You want your property managed in a way that leaves the tenants feeling like the property managers have their best intere...
How do you keep your tenants longer?
The longer your tenants stay, the less it is going to cost you in the long term. You save money each time you don’t have to go through the process getting the property ready to rent, screening and picking tenants, and the time spent vacant before getting a new...
Wednesday, August 21
Establish a great relationship with your tenant
This relationship starts off on the right foot when you make sure that the rental agreement is clearly written so that everyone understands what their responsibility is and who is responsible for what. It is a contract and agreement between the two ...
Tuesday, April 16
Once you’ve placed a responsible tenant in your rental, your major responsibilities as a landlord, outside of collecting rent, will likely revolve around keeping the property in good repair. Assuming you’d like your rental income to remain as passive a revenue stream as possible, here are some co...
Wednesday, April 03
There’s five reasons that most people invest in real estate: Cash flow: You buy a property because it’s going to generate cash flow on a monthly basis for you.Equity capture: Meaning you bought the property for $X, but it’s worth $Y. The difference in between is what you make, and that is called ...
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