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There comes a time when every landlord finds himself / herself in a difficult position of having his rental property occupied by a tenant who is not paying rent, or is making a nuisance of himself.
There are two lines of cases in Ohio which deal with whether courts will enforce lease provisions allowing a landlord to charge tenants for late fees.
If you are a landlord, you know how lucrative and exciting it can be to collect rent. If you are experienced, then you already know that the greatest assets to a landlord are great tenants who always pay on time. The opposite is also true.
From time to time you will have vacancies in your investment rental property. When that occurs, you will naturally want to rent the property as quickly as possible so that you do not lose out on any rent money.
The ultimate goal of investing in rental property is turn a profit. To make sure that you achieve that goal it is essential that you follow several critical guidelines.
Classic business philosophy teaches that a great part of survival and subsequent success lies in an operation's ability to reduce mistakes.
What if you want better cash flow from your rental properties? You can't just raise the rents arbitrarily. If tenants leave, income goes down, not up.
Owning rental investment property can be a satisfying and lucrative operation; however, there are also several areas which need to be carefully heeded.
Finding the right rental property is certainly one of the keys to succeeding with investment rental property.
While many investors who purchase rental property focus on residences intended for year-around living, there is no denying the fact that vacation rental properties can provide an excellent income revenue.
In order to succeed when you invest in rental properties it is necessary to show your property to potential tenants.
There are some decided differences between fixing up your own home and a property you plan to rent out.