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by Benny Kass, Inman NewsDEAR BENNY: When does a landlord have the right to enter one of his rental properties? For example, the smoke detector was going off and the renters were away for the weekend. Or the lease says that three adults can live on the property, yet the landlord knows that four adults…


Tip #42: They’re Taking Names! 2010 is a U.S. Census year. Every household is required to answer a census questionnaire. That includes your renters, so landlords and property managers need to know the rules. Questionnaires will be mailed out to individual households in March, and responses are due back April 1. If a tenant does…


The biggest loss you may ever experience as a landlord is a prolonged vacancy. Yet, in this economy, the tenant pool is shrinking, primarily due to high unemployment. According to researchers, even qualified renters who have jobs are fearful of committing long-term, and they are in a better position than ever to buy their own…


How to lay tile floor around closet flange by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: Our toilet wobbles and I have been wondering how to fix it. We are also going to replace the vinyl floor in that bathroom with tile. How close should I lay the tile around the flange? I had this…


Landlords who have gone to court will tell you – there seems to be a bias against them when it comes to lease enforcement. Sure, it’s not fair, but there is a basis for it: You were the one who provided the lease in the first place. You had the opportunity to get it right….


by James Safonov New legislation was passed permitting tenants to pay their water, sewer and garbage bills when the owner fails to make payments. Once an owner defaults on the utilities the rental property receives a legal posting that the services will be terminated and/or the property will have a lien recorded. To prevent the…


Tip #35: It’s the Thought That Counts Our top stories this year have been about the economy and the impact its had on rental property owners. With vacancy rates high, and a lot of inventory for renters to choose from, make sure your tenants know that you appreciate them. This week is a great opportunity…


Strange noise observed after plumbing fix by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: Upstairs, in the wall between the bathroom and the master bedroom, there is a thumping noise throughout the night and it’s driving my wife and me crazy. It sounds like a dripping noise initially, but I discovered it is the black…


Lawsuit Claims Fair Housing Violations for Reporters Wording   A non-profit organization in Idaho is suing the developer of a condominium association, claiming the company and its real estate firm violated federal housing discrimination laws two years after the council explicitly warned the developer about the marketing of the condo project. The suit alleges that…


Tip #33: Showing Vacant Rentals After Dark by Property Manager Robert Machado, CPM, MPM Each winter the subject comes up about whether it is advisable to show vacant rentals after dark. This time of year it is getting dark around 5 pm which is pretty early. We have a policy not to show after dark….

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