Here you'll find actionable information to make you a better landlord. Build wealth-generating assets with rental properties, keep your tenants happy, and achieve financial security. Tenant Screening Plus, featured on VerticalRent, is your ticket. Read on.
One of the most challenging, yet rewarding, jobs is being a landlord. Whether it's a full-time gig for you, or it's your side hustle to earn some extra income, there is a lot to think about and understand if you want this venture to be successful.
More people than ever are scheming on rental property owners and managers. Whether it's a serial delinquent payer or squatters bouncing from place to place, you need to have a system in place that protects you from such hazards.
When you’re a landlord, you need help everywhere you can drum it up. VerticalRent’s mission is to provide excellent services to landlords who could use some help.
Watch TV long enough in the evenings, and you will eventually see an advertisement for free consumer credit checks. Along with a fun jingle, there is usually reasoning behind why you should know your credit score. In the world of rental property and property management, you should also know your tenant's credit history.
Rental property has always been a favorite business for those with the discipline and stamina to take on being a landlord. And ever since there’s been a rental property, there’s been a tenant willing to destroy it.
Residential tenants and landlords both have rights and obligations under Arkansas law. These regulations have been put into place to protect both parties.
Ninety-five percent of homeowners protect themselves with homeowner’s insurance, but a mere 41 percent of tenants carry renters insurance, according to an Insurance Information Institute poll. he numbers are even worse when it comes to millennials. Sixty-six percent of this group of 18-29-year-olds rent instead of own, but a mere third of them carry renters insurance.
Maybe your family has purchased a second home, or you have some extra property you want to rent out within the state of Alabama. Before you do so, there are some guidelines you should know about the tenants that will be staying in your rental property.
One of the most prominent issues that landlords encounter when having rental property is having tenants that don’t pay their rent on time. Although one late payment may not actually put you over the edge, the pattern could eventually hurt your wallet.
So you have a property within the state of Alaska that you want to rent out. Be it extra room in your home or a separate property such as a single-family home, condo, apartment, or other separate property there are some guidelines that you need to know.