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If, like many landlords, you own or manage only a few rental properties, you are unlikely to have a lawyer on staff or even “on retainer” (where you pay a lawyer in advance to handle routine questions and issues). Fortunately, you shouldn’t need to constantly consult a lawyer or even keep one in the wings,…


There are plenty of reasons to rebrand an apartment community. Perhaps, you want to revitalize your brand image to appeal to up-and-coming renters. Maybe, your management company has ushered in the New Year by acquiring a new property, and it needs a brand identity to match your vision. No matter the motive, rebranding your property…


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released guidance today that clarifies how housing providers can comply with the Fair Housing Act when assessing a request from a person with a disability to have an assistance animal. The federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing against individuals who have disabilities that affect a major life…


Drew and Jonathan Scott love busting down kitchen walls to make open floor plans on their show “Property Brothers: Forever Home.” But what happens when their clients ask them to put a wall up, effectively cutting the kitchen in half? In the recent episode “Miracle House to Forever Home,” we learn that Irina and Dean had moved into a small, two-bedroom…


In order to qualify for opportunity zone tax benefits, an investor must reinvest capital gains into a qualified opportunity zone (QOZ) eligible investment vehicle within 180 days after recognizing the gain. One hundred eighty days may seem straightforward, but it’s important for investors to know that it might not be if your gains are from…


With many developers feeling New York has become overly regulated, some have been turning to the comparatively more pro-landlord Jersey City, which was a topic of discussion by panelists at the recent Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment. In the city, where high-rise development is booming, the average rent has reached $3,000, with downtown…


Becoming a landlord has its perks, but for some, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. Compare the pros and cons of being a landlord before buying rental property so you can determine whether owning rental real estate is the right move for you. Pros of being a landlord Extra income Rental income is by far one…


MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – A number of Grand Strand motel owners have filed a lawsuit against the city of Myrtle Beach and Horry County, claiming their status as “landlords” is hindering their ability to eject renters who violate the rules. According to the suit filed Jan. 3 in the 15th Judicial Circuit Court of…


Every year, hot-button topics, social issues, and societal problems receive attention during the legislative process. With this comes new laws passed by the Oregon legislature directed at addressing those topics, issues, or problems. As 2019 made clear, housing in Oregon has never been a more pressing topic, and due to that, landlord/tenant law was not…


With the arrival of the new year comes the arrival of a slew of new laws that go into effect for residents of California. Among them, one that could provide some relief for cash-strapped renters throughout the state. On January 1, California will place limits on how much landlords can raise rents on tenants each…

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