News and feature updates regarding the next version of VerticalRent
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.
Years ago, managing rental properties could be quite difficult. Before today’s technological advances, every aspect of property management was done by hand. It could be quite difficult to handle the day to day operations of properties, especially when owning several homes or buildings.
Managing more than one property can be overwhelming, especially if you are handling the day to day operations by yourself. There are many tasks to keep track of as a property manager, including rent payments, finding new tenants and maintenance.
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.
Are you looking to make extra money through your online social network? If you have a large online following of landlords, realtors, property managers, or renters, consider joining our affiliate marketing program.
For real estate professionals, there is often a common tendency to try to do everything on their own. While the DIY approach is important for successful entrepreneurship, it’s also important to learn where you can save time and money by leveraging existing resources.
We've had a few questions in the past about the difference between inviting an applicant vs. running an instant check (via a token) on an applicant.
Looking for a superior investigative starting point for developing a more complete background check on your applicants? Look no further than our risk free Applicant Discovery Report.
Two flavors of tenant screening are available, invite and instant. VerticalRent's latest release unveils a broad spectrum of tenant screening features for both independent landlords and large real estate brokerage firms.
VerticalRent now offers both VantageScore and FICO. It’s time to officially understand the similarities – and more importantly – their differences.
Earning reward points toward free services with VerticalRent just got easier. You will start earning points immediately for every credit, criminal, and eviction report processed.
VerticalRent announced today the release of its highly anticipated enhancement package 2.0. The list of enhancements is too much to outline, so we’re summing it up below for you. Enjoy!
We have listened intently to our landlords over the past few years and will be introducing a flexible tenant screening option in VerticalRent 2.0. Our basic package will remain completely free to landlords.
VerticalRent has been making quite the splash across the United States for independent landlords owning between 1 and 50 units. Now serving landlords in all 50 states, we have reached a milestone and are celebrating with the introduction of VerticalRent 2.0 – available late September 2014.