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Rent Collection for Landlords: The Ultimate Guide

In the US, the average rent for a two-bedroom apartment is $1,180 per month. That's a large sum of money to be collected from a whole host of renters each month.In fact, some 36% of Americans from 122.8 billion households across the US are renters. If you're one of the la...
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Should You Allow Pets in a Rental Property?

Up to 68% of American households have some sort of a pet. If you are a landlord, deciding whether to allow pets in a rental property has some major ramifications.Managing properties is all about balancing the needs of tenants with the preservation of your housing resources. Allow...
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4 Things Landlords Need to Know About the Lease Renewal Notice Period

First-time landlord? We thought so. Becoming a landlord can be challenging. From finding and screening tenants to collecting rent and working out lease renewals, the life of a landlord is always busy.But, let's help you avoid the common pitfalls and t...
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Security Deposit for Rent: A Simple Guide for New Landlords

As a new landlord, you've heard of the term "security deposit" in the past. If you've ever rented a property on your own, you've likely even paid one. But what is a security deposit? Why do you need a security deposit for rent, and when do you have to g...
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How to Calculate Your Rental Property Value

As the housing market continues to boom, so have rentals. A "buyer's market" where bidding wars are commonplace has either forced or enticed many to rent. This in turn has made the rental environment more competitive and volatile as well.You may be wondering how the...
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What the End of the Eviction Moratorium Means For Landlords

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government put certain protections in place to protect tenant's rights. One of those protections was a federal eviction moratorium. While eviction is often the last resort for landlords, it is sometimes the only tool to deal with...
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Expert Advice on How to Find Good Tenants for Your Rental Property

It's a hot market for renting right now. There are so many tenants looking for good housing, and you know that filling vacancies doesn't take long.That said, not all tenants are alike. While most tenants are agreeable and willing to abide by their lease terms and pay rent...
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4 Reasons Why You Should Always Run a Background Check on a Tenant

Around 19 of 20 employers use background checks. Background checks are very helpful if you want to learn about a potential hire. They are helpful if you want to see if they have a criminal past and if they could be a danger to your business. Running a background can spe...
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Why Some Investment Properties Are Better Than Others

Many opportunities present themselves when you decide to invest in real estate. How do you know which ones are worth investing in?Knowing which investment properties are best is easy. They’re the ones that turn a profit.The challenge is determining in advance which ones wil...
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Property Management: 3 Do's and Don'ts When Hiring

If you’re one of the millions of Americans with investment properties, you’ve probably considered outsourcing to a pro. Dealing with the nitty-gritty details of rental property management can be a hassle, which is why many owners turn to experts for help.However, find...
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