Changing zoning can be difficult and costly because there are no standard zoning laws. Every city, every town, and every county can make up their own unique rules and processes. If you’re looking to rezone, here’s where to start.
Author Kevin Perk
Being nice is the right thing to do. Plus, fostering positive relationships with landlords and management companies comes with many benefits big and small.
I used to think that I knew what nightmares were. Then I became a landlord. I’ve seen so many things I did not even know could exist.
In my 15 years as a real estate investor, I have been asked this question many, many times. My answer has always been and continues to be the same.
Tenants are the lifeblood of the landlording business. But as landlords, we don’t want just anyone as our tenants. We…
With rents soaring across the country, it may be tempting to up yours considerably. Before you do, be sure you’re following correct (and legal) procedures!
Is it a better strategy to include utilities with rent or have your tenants set them up themselves? Take a look at some of the positives and negatives here.
Seattle recently passed an ordinance forcing landlords to accept the very first qualified tenant. Is this a good tenant protection or unfair to landlords?
Tenants often come to the table with assumptions and misinformation. How should landlords combat this? First, address the following at lease signing.
How does a tenant bankruptcy affect their contract with a landlord? Find out how to handle this sticky situation—and how to avoid it in the first place.
Tenants can make or break a landlord. Make sure you attract the best tenants by using the tips from this article!
Tenant stability should a goal of every landlord; after all, turnover kills cash flow. Learn some valuable tips to keep your best tenants happy & staying.