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If you are diving into the residential rental game, it’s time to learn how to make your rental stand out. You want to attract the best tenants and to do so, you must make your property stand out above the competition.
When owning rental property in Delaware, there are rules and regulations that must be followed in order to operate your business successfully. While most landlords follow the appropriate steps to the letter, there are still common mistakes that are made when operating rental properties.
As a landlord, maintaining tenants is the key to success. Without tenants, you will not earn a monthly payment for your property. That being said, without quality tenants, you may experience vacancy issues as well as problems with rent being paid on time or damage to the property.
Managing more than one property can be overwhelming, especially if you are handling the day to day operations by yourself. There are many tasks to keep track of as a property manager, including rent payments, finding new tenants and maintenance.
When it comes to being a rental property owner and landlord, tenant background checks are a must. Novice property owners will often rent to friends or acquaintances without a background check only to find the new tenants default on rent or destroy the property.
The term tenant screening is used in the rental property industry as the way in which tenants are reviewed for occupancy within a property. Tenant screening is essential for landlords to find the right individual to rent their property.
Myrtle Beach is a top vacation destination in South Carolina, offering a 60 mile stretch of beaches. From golf courses and arcades to restaurant dining and shopping, this vacation resort area offers a prime opportunity for investors to find vacation rental properties.
In the US, there are certain regulations that must be followed when investing in a property and renting it to another individual. In the state of Iowa, the rental inspection requirement of landlords changed in 2017 within several cities, with different requirements now needed.
Whether you are a first-time rental property owner or have been in the industry for several years, one aspect that is ever-lasting is tenant screening. The term tenant screening is used to describe a review process for potential tenants.
Late last year and into 2018, the United States has seen a significant amount of snowfall. In states such as Massachusetts, rental property owners are liable when it comes to removing snow from the driveway as well as walkways.
When it comes to rental property investments, one state that often comes to mind is Florida. Known as a top vacation destination state, Florida provides investors with ample opportunity to purchase vacation rental homes, condos and other property to generate income.
Those looking to invest in California may be worried about wildfires. Read below on how they've impacted the market.