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Friday, January 31, 2020

Repairs no property owner can ignore or avoid
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If you have taken a plunge in the real estate industry as a landlord, your main objective is to maximize your returns on investment. All landlords think about the rental income without having to work hard. However, the fact is that all properties need frequent repairs and without undertaking them, it is impossible to keep it attractive an...

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Screening Tenants Properly To Keep Your Property Protected
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It is the desire of all landlords and property managers to have good quality tenants inside their properties. They need to screen their tenants carefully and wisely to achieve this objective. If bad quality tenants get inside, landlords suffer not just rent loss but also damage of their property. Here are some ways to ensure you don&...

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Making your property more secure for tenants
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All landlords look at earning high rental income from their rental properties. They also want good quality tenants that stay inside for a long time come, paying their rents on time. There are many ways of achieving this objective. You need to buy a property in good condition in a good location to attract good quality tenants. Bu...

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

The Problem of Tenant Turnover
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The problem of tenant turnover is the biggest headache of most landlords. It is a fact of life that some tenants will be moving out of your rental property from time to time. But whenever this happens, it creates a problem of cash flow for you. Is there anything you can do to stop tenants from moving?What do the stats say?First, you shoul...

Monday, January 27, 2020

Using Common Areas to Promote Community Feeling
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With growing demand for rentals and a shortage of space in urban housing markets, living in apartments has become a necessity for most renters. However, social interaction with other tenants in the same property is very limited. In fact, people feel shy and they often do not know much about their neighbors in an apartment building. If you...

Friday, January 24, 2020

What are the ‘must have’ clauses for a lease agreement?
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All landlords sign a contract called lease agreement with their tenants. This is a legal and binding contract between both parties. There are certain clauses that are essential for a lease agreement and without them; the landlord runs the risk of facing serious problems in future. What are these important clauses? Let us find out in this ...

Thursday, January 23, 2020

When Can A Landlord Visit Tenants?
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Quiet enjoyment is a right of all tenants. This right must be respected by all landlords which simply mean they cannot disturb them without prior notice. Just because you are a landlord doesn’t give you the freedom to go inside the home of your tenant any time you so desire. There must be a good reason why you wish to pay a visit to...

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Selling Your Rental Income Property
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If you have become bored with the task of being a landlord or planning to dispose of your rental income property, you will find many takers for it in the market. Selling your property is a good option if you have better investment options elsewhere. Do not worry about the tenants currently living in your property as you sell it with or wi...

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Buy Unseen Properties with Confidence
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Do you have the courage to make an offer for a property without seeing it first? While this is not the practice and not even advised by experts, there are times when you must take decisions fast to beat your competitors. But it is very much possible to make an offer for a property that you do not have the time to visit and see first-hand ...

Monday, January 20, 2020

Evicting A Tenant In a Legal Manner
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Eviction is a term that is dreadful not just for tenants but also for most landlords. No landlord wants to get into a situation where he has to take recourse to this legal action against a tenant. However, eviction becomes necessary when you have a tenant who is either not paying his rent or violating the lease terms frequently. Eviction ...

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