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by Michael Monteiro If youre the kind of person that feels the need to feel productive at all times, this is the blog for you. Believe it or not, many of todays home- and real estate-related reality shows can provide you with valuable tips and information that can be applied to bettering your own property…


Give the gift of jigsaw, auto-hammer this year by Paul Bianchina It’s time once again to be thinking about what to get for the avid do-it-yourselfer on your holiday shopping list. Here’s a collection of some interesting tools worth considering this year, listed in order of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. And a big thanks…


Tip #34: Choosing the Right Tenant, for the Right Reason You always want to choose the best applicant to rent to, but what does that mean? Any good candidate should have solid references, decent credit history, and no criminal record. But a really good tenant — the one that will stay and take care of…


“SmartRegs” Provide Windfall for Tenants at Landlords’ Expense While homeowners await the promised Stimulus subsidies and tax breaks for energy upgrades, it is landlords who have become the target of regulations across the country designed to lower tenants’ energy waste. Only, in this case, there are no subsidies or tax breaks on the horizon. The…


From “Don’t Make These Mistakes When Screening Tenants From Abroad” by Bill Gray Screening possible new tenants who have recently come from another country can be challenging. Even those who may have been in the U.S. for some time may be a challenge if you are not judicious enough to very carefully read what they…


by Michael Monteiro Depending upon where your property is located, parking may be a major consideration or something that you rarely think twice about. For example, if your property is situated in a rural area or a quieter neighborhood, chances are that providing parking to tenants whether it’s street parking or on-site parking isn’t something…


Is Specialized Housing For You? by Michael Monteiro Particularly if you own a property in an urban area or near a university or center of business, many specialized tenant markets are just waiting to be captured. Specialized property management may be just the solution youve been looking for to decrease vacancies and guarantee steady rental…


Thanksgiving Dinner on the run A woman called in find out how long it would take to roast her turkey. To answer the question, the Talk-Line home economist asked how much the bird weighed. The woman responded, “I don’t know, it’s still running around outside.”Tofu turkey? No matter how you slice it, Thanksgiving just isn’t…


Tenant buys house, seeks special treatmentby Robert Griswold Q: I have been a tenant in a rental home for the last few years. A few months ago I signed a new 12-month lease but I just bought a new home and will be moving in next week. My lease doesn’t expire for eight more months…


Tip #30: Do-it-Yourself — So Your Tenant Won’t! Don’t like DIY? You may change you mind if your tenant damages your wood trim installing blinds or cracks a window installing portable AC units. The real fun begins when the tenant move out — and takes those blinds, the shelving, light fixtures, or dishwasher with them,…

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