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LinkedIn has become one of the most widely used social media platforms since its inception in 2002. It has over 460 million members in 200 different countries. For this reason, it is a perfect tool for affiliate marketers looking to expand their business practices.
While other sites are gaining momentum, Facebook stills ranks as the most popular social media platform. For affiliate marketers, the reach of this site simply cannot be ignored.
We all know that people prefer to do business with people they know, like, trust and respect. As landlords, property managers and Realtors, we know that the more people who know, like, trust and respect us, the more business we are likely to do.
Being a landlord is a daunting task, especially if you have tenants who are not holding up their end of the bargain. Tough tenants are a headache and cost you money and sleep which is why it is important to show your appreciation to those tenants who make your life easier.
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Has your tenant missed rent several times? Has your tenant damaged the rental property upon inspection? Have complaints been filed about one of your tenants and you’ve just had enough? Before you start the eviction process or call the police to have the tenant removed from the property, there are some laws and some procedures you should know and follow.
Evicting a tenant from a rental property in New Mexico requires a court order. Usually, the eviction is handled by the local Magistrate Court. In the State of New Mexico, the most common type of landlord-tenant cases are evictions
Living in Alaska may seem laid back, though renting property in the region can bring just as many troubles as other states. Evicting a tenant in Alaska isn't always about just not paying rent.
Fewer people look for homes during the winter months. Many prefer to semi-hibernate and wait for the warmer summer months before hunting down a rental and moving their worldly possessions. Tenant background checks are especially important during this time since it is easy to feel a bit desperate.
Eviction procedures in Georgia give tenants ample time to comply with the terms of a rental agreement before the eviction process can even start.
Landlords buy "Landlord Insurance" because it covers more than a homeowner's policy. Unfortunately there are events which even a landlord's policy may not cover.
If you're new to renting homes in New Jersey, one thing you'll discover is you'll always experience at least a few tenants who can't (or won't) pay their rent.
If you've purchased rentals in Nevada, you know there's a lot more there than just Las Vegas. Even if you have tenants living in other Nevadan cities, or in desert outskirts, problem tenants are always a possibility.
Homeowner Associations (HOAs) in Florida must comply with Federal and State laws, and local (city or county, etc) ordinances and regulations. These laws and regulations apply, as appropriate, to all common interest communities.
Nothing makes being a landlord easier than getting the right tenant in your property. Leasing to a tenant who has had problems in the past is risky and can lead to headaches and financial losses. Here are three red flags that should make you think twice before renting to a prospective tenant.
As a landlord, it is important to make sure that you comply with state legalities and procedures when it comes to evicting a tenant. If you go about the eviction process incorrectly, you might set yourself up for trouble.
Evicting a Tenant in Connecticut takes time and is complex. Based on our research, it’s more complex and lengthy than most other States and involves a Marshall. Landlords must follow different steps, according to the perceived rental violation.
No landlord looks forward to evicting a tenant. Why would you? That leaves you with an open unit, which means no rent being collected. However, sometimes circumstances arise that make eviction for a particular tenant necessary.
Taking the time to prepare your properties for winter is a smart and cost-effective way to avoid winter-related trouble. There isn't a single person on the planet that looks forward to finding their heat is no longer working--or worse yet, their water pipes have burst.
To expand your rental properties, you've perhaps decided to invest on the East Coast, particularly New York. While you shouldn't have an issue finding renters in New York, or New York City, it's inevitable you'll run into troublesome tenants eventually.