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.
Rental property advertising is a must. Whether you operate a single unit or dozens of units, there will likely come a time when you need to advertise a vacancy.
Most property owners have experienced at least one issue with a problematic tenant. Whether it was a wild party that required the police to be summoned in order to quiet things down or it involved chasing the tenant for overdue rent, such issues can be a hassle.
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One of the most important decisions you will make as a landlord is choosing the right tenant for your property. The right tenant can easily mean the difference between being paid on time or chasing the tenant for rent each month.
When it comes to renting your property, it is important to know who will be residing in your unit. A comprehensive tenant check can provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about who will occupy your property.
The property rental business has dramatically changed in the last few years. Among the most significant changes is the transition to online management.
Regardless of how much effort you put into screening your tenants, damage inevitably occurs. Even the best tenants can unintentionally cause damage to your units.
As a landlord, you have many decisions to make on a daily basis. Along with considering monthly expenses, you also must pay attention to maintenance issues and devise the most appropriate marketing strategy.
I have always felt that one of the single most important assets as a landlord is one's reputation. All too often, we hear about landlords who do not keep up their properties, charge too much for rent, and in general, have no care or consideration for their tenants.
The handling of security deposits can be a problematic issue for many landlords. Security deposits are an important way for landlords to protect against potential losses, but it is important to understand how to handle them to ensure that you steer clear of potential legal issues.