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MEEKER, Colo. (CBS4) – Residents with disabilities using the Meeker Housing Authority won a discrimination lawsuit for $1 million. The suit was filed after their landlord told them their emotional support animals would not be allowed without paying an additional pet fee. “I read the pet policy, I saw some of the statements in it,…


Once an investor acquires a few single-family residential properties, the management of each property can become a full-time job, with plenty of overtime. Running between properties to coordinate maintenance and completing administrative tasks can take its toll. This was the situation I found myself in while living in Vancouver, Canada, eight years ago. After consulting…


Renting out your house can open up a new stream of income and tax breaks. But it also adds another layer of responsibility. You’ll need to stay on top of repairs, maintenance and rent collection. But don’t fret. We’ll cover the top tips for renting out your house through this beginner’s guide. Because of complex…


Over the course of my 25 years in the industry, I’ve managed properties in all different categories — commercial, industrial and residential. I’ve always believed in catering management style to specific clients based on their property type, and on their own unique personalities. In the office, I often repeat this mantra: “One size fits all…


If you want to buy a rental property, make sure that you do it with your eyes wide open. Besides making a big financial commitment to a single asset, rental property can require more time and money than mutual funds or your 401(k) account. First, make sure you’re buying the right property for a rental….


The California Assembly has passed a rent-cap bill that would limit annual rent increases to seven percent plus the annual increase in the cost of living, according to reports and it now heads to the Senate. There were several last-minute amendments to the rent-cap bill including those that would: Exempt property owners with no more…


A happy landlord is directly linked to a happy tenant. Happy tenants are more likely to renew their leases, treat the home with respect, and provide a landlord with a steady stream of income. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks that can help you be the best landlord you can be Here are a…


Before you included a pet policy in your lease, you weighed the pros and cons. On the one hand, you would increase interest in your rental properties and improve their profitability. A pet policy would have clear benefits for your bottom line. On the other hand, you would have to spend a significant sum of…


Like baseball has spring training and football has training camp, budgeting has its own preseason. It’s the time before the crunch that property managers and administrators prepare for planning the next year’s budget. Or at least they should be. Never mind the two-a-days, budgeting preparation shouldn’t be that exhausting. But advance preparation should be spent getting ready…


Potential source of income discrimination as more and more cities and states pass these types of fair housing laws is the topic this week of the Grace Hill training tip. By Ellen Clark  Many states and cities, including Seattle and the State of Washington, have laws against source of income discrimination meaning a property owner cannot choose to…

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