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Tenant Screening: How to Successfully Complete the Process As a Renter

  • Monday, May 7, 2018
  General   Tenant Screening   

For renters, it is important to be a responsible tenant. If you have a proven track record as a renter, you will be able to find a new rental property with ease, but still have to complete the tenant screening process

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Landlords

  • Friday, May 4, 2018
  General   Tips   

As a landlord, it is your job to ensure each property you own stays in tip-top shape. With spring in full swing, it is a perfect time to catch up on DIY cleaning, including the exterior and interior of your properties.

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How Long Will It Take to Find a Renter for My Property?

  • Wednesday, May 2, 2018
  General   Tips   

Once you become a rental property owner, the excitement of finding a tenant begins. You are ready to find the right person to rent your new property, hopefully turning a profit in a short amount of time. So, now that you own the property, how long will it take you to find a renter?

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Writing an Attractive Listing to Draw in Tenants

  • Monday, April 30, 2018
  General   Tips   

As a rental property owner, you must be able to create an attractive listing to draw in tenants to your property. Every time one of your properties becomes available for rent, you want to be sure that it gets noticed.

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7 Texan Cities for Landlords and Real Estate Investors

  • Monday, April 30, 2018
  Texas   

It’s been a strange year for real estate, to put it mildly. In the past, you could rely on California dominating the market, but it seems as if its reign might be over. It’s not only over, but it might be handing the crown over to Texas.

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Breaking Your Lease: How to Approach Your Landlord

  • Friday, April 27, 2018
  General   Tips   

As a tenant, you want to find the best rental option for your living needs. You scour newspaper ads and online to find the right rental, a home that fits your budget needs, is close to work and is in a nice neighborhood.

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Seeing Success in 2018 as a Landlord

  • Wednesday, April 25, 2018
  Tips   Product Updates   

When deciding to become a landlord and invest in rental properties, the idea can be scary. You want to be successful, but how do you ensure success? There is no true formula that will dictate a profit, but by following quality tips, you can see yourself making money with rental investments in 2018.

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Rental Property Upgrades That Make You Money

  • Monday, April 23, 2018
  Rental Market   Tips   

Owning rental property means staying up to date with maintenance as well as overall property needs. It is important to have detailed information about every property you own, ensuring that you complete upgrades when needed.

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Spring/Summer Checklist for your Rental Properties

  • Friday, April 20, 2018
  Tips   

Owning rental properties means big responsibility. You are in charge of finding tenants for your properties as well as maintaining the overall condition of the dwelling.

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Tenant 101: How to Handle a Rent Increase

  • Wednesday, April 18, 2018
  Rents & Deposits   Tips   

As a tenant, you expect certain requirements when applying to rent an apartment or residential dwelling. These requirements can include a background check, providing personal information, references, etc. One aspect to consider when renting a property is a rent increase

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