• How To Keep Your Top Tenants
    In: Property Management
    How To Keep Your Top Tenants

    If you have good tenants in your rental, it's wise to keep them. Keeping tenants in place saves you the time and money of advertising — plus the expense of cleaning and maintenance, and the stress of a vacant unit. Retain tenants with the five tips below for landlords on how to keep your best tenants. 1. Be Responsive Tenants want to know they can rely on you when something goes wrong. Thus, if you are not responsive to their requests for maintenance, they won't be inclined to stay. When tenants contact you, respond quickly and fix the problem as soon as you can. If it's an issue outside your purview, offer suggestions. Keep them up to date as you make repairs, so they stay...Read more >

  • Tips For Identifying Problem Tenants As Quickly As ...
    In: Property Management

    Quality is key when it comes to finding tenants — and that means learning how to spot red flags before you extend a lease offer. Review the warning signs for problem...

  • Tips For Deciding Which Types Of Pets To ...
    In: Property Management

    More than 60 percent of American households own pets, yet many landlords do not accept pets. As a landlord, accepting some species of pets may help you fill vacant units...

  • How To Rent A Room To International Students
    In: Property Management

    There are more than 1 million international students studying in the U.S., and many are searching for a place to live. If you have a vacant unit, advertising to...

  • How To Determine Whether Your Landlord Is Breaking ...
    In: Property Management

    Just as renters must follow a legal agreement - aka, the lease - or risk losing their apartment, landlords must follow laws when renting apartments or face consequences....