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Tips on How a Landlord Can Maintain Work-Life Balance

Being a landlord does not mean to blindly dedicate yourself to your renters. The real key to becoming a successful landlord and begin managing your rental properties more efficiently is to achieve a balance between work and personal life. In simple terms such harmony, both internally and in relations with your tenants, will pay off sooner or later.

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November 29, 2018
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Pre Holiday Checklist for Landlords

We have two pieces of news for you: the holiday season is just around the corner, and as a landlord, you should create a pre-holiday checklist to get prepared. Before you start decorating your Christmas tree, consider the following tips that will help you to effectively manage your rental properties and keep in touch with your renters during the holidays.

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November 26, 2018
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Tips on How to Maximize Your Rental Income through Renovation and Decoration

The first things a tenant pays attention to when looking for the perfect apartment are cost, location, and availability. These are essential (hands down!), but what about the rental’s appearance? Do the interior and exterior matter? And more importantly, can a landlord increase rental income by decorating and modernizing their rentals? All you need is a strategy, basic concept, and some imagination, and soon enough your rental will attract tenants like bees to honey.

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November 19, 2018
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8 Tips on Being a Landlord and Ensuring Safety Standards

As a landlord, you ensure your rental is safe and habitable. Once you collect rent you want to keep it. In many states tenants can be awarded free rent for claims against habitability. But what exactly does making a property “safe and habitable” entail? Read our eight-step guide to ensure you’re doing everything to make sure you are covered from any tenant claims.

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November 15, 2018
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Late Payments: an Important Part of Every Rental Business

Being a landlord involves moving in tenants, collecting rent payments, and solving the usual rental problems, such as looking for an experienced service professional to fix a dishwasher or clean snow off the porch. It also means creating convenient conditions for both landlords and tenants to build solid business relationships.

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November 12, 2018
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Six Keepers from the 2018 Midterm Election That Impact Your Rental

The election is over, most of the signs are still up, but at least the lines are gone. The people have spoken for better or worse and the one thing we can all agree on is - we’re glad it’s over. The impact of the election did have some focus on the rental market and could even impact you as a landlord in the coming months. Here are six things to know about the election and your rental business.

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November 08, 2018
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9 Tips on How to Choose Property Management Software

Property management software can be very helpful, but how to find the right one? The software market offers dozens of variants today, suitable for different types of business and possessing different features; their cost may also vary greatly. We’ve prepared some tips to help you decide which property management software is right specially for you and your needs.

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November 05, 2018