How to Deal with Over Occupancy

As a landlord, you will often find it difficult to know the extent to which your residents are complying with each clause of the lease. No matter how well drafted each rule is, there will always be aspects that can give you problems, one of them being occupancy.  Chances are that before signing the lease…

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How To Manage Your Real Estate Investment

Maintenance is Key Rule number one and main rule: You must keep your property in good condition. This is not only important because it is your obligation as a landlord to keep the place up to all hygiene and safety standards required by law, but also because no tenant will want to live in a…

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How we are making owners lives easier

Being a property owner can be stressful. Between tracking down payment, fixing broken toilets, dealing with pest control or no heat calls while also trying to make money and appreciate the value of your property, especially if you don’t have the contacts, can be stressful. Here are just a few ways a property manager can…

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How to track rental property expenses

Every real estate investor is good at keeping track of the rent received each month, but some end up dropping the ball when it comes to keeping track of expenses. Ensuring you have accurate books for your rental properties is critical to setting you up for success and ensuring you are able to take advantage of…

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Amenities Beyond The Property

Not all rental properties are created equally, in fact, none are, however beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder, actually, the same can be said for the amenities. In a market fierce with competition you need to find ways to differentiate yourself from other investors in that area. Further, not all benefits of…

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Way to improve your rental without blowing the budget

Let’s face it, tenant move outs can be costly and with more and more people turning to real estate competition is fierce. Investors are constantly having to innovate to find better ways to compete against other properties. But how do you do that without breaking the bank. Here are a few ways to improve your…

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Investing in yourself

You’ve probably heard this catch phrase used many times over the last year – “You need to invest in yourself.” However, what does that actually mean? What’s the first thing you think about when you hear the word “investing”? Probably investing in stocks, real estate, or savings. But what about yourself? Whether that’s expanding your…

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Common Issues in Property Management

No day is like any other in property management – it’s true. Each day presents a set of daily variety and unique challenges for any management company to face. However, despite that there are a set of common issues that Property Managers face each and every day. 1. Handling Tenants and their Complaints Complains from…

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What to do when you go on Vacation

Landlords on vacation? Yes, it is possible to take a break from the tenant phone calls, the maintenance issues, the numbers, and truly relax – here’s how! If you own or manage rental property it is important to follow a few simple steps to make sure your property and renters are taken care of before you go…

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