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Should A Landlord Use The Seller’s Agent When Purchasing A Property? When your rental properties are doing well, you might be tempted to use the extra income to buy another property. Whether you are buying land to build new construction or purchasing a pre-existing property, you may run into dual agents — real estate agents…


What Your Tenant May Try To Hide From You How well do you know your tenants? Even well-intentioned renters may try to hide the truth from you when attempting to pass a tenant screening or once they’ve made themselves at home. While tenants differ when it comes to what they may be trying to hide,…


Posted on Jan 4, 2018 Particularly in proximity to business centers, condos are a smart investment for landlords. Whether you’re looking at condos for investment property or thinking “I want to rent my condo when I buy a house or relocate for work,” here are tips that can help you rent that condo quickly. Prepare Your…


Posted on Oct 12, 2017 While there are many benefits of being a landlord, the time may come when you want to sell. Rent-to-own is one approach to help you sell your home — especially if your investment property won’t stand out in a crowded real estate market. Learn what rent-to-own homes are, as well…


Posted on Oct 06, 2017 When you want to sell a unit while it’s occupied by a tenant, relations can turn rocky. Below, learn how to approach a situation when a landlord wants to sell so you get the outcome you want while respecting your tenants’ rights. What You Need to Know When Putting Up a Tenant-Occupied Property…


No property owner ever gets into real estate wanting to go through the eviction process, but sometimes it is the best way to solve a problem and protect your investment property. Learn when evicting a tenant might be your best option and how to evict a tenant legally. When to Evict a Tenant You must have a legitimate reason…


Much like the homebuying process, renting an apartment is no longer restricted to scanning the newspaper for printed listings or driving around searching for signs. These days, rental websites and mobile apps like Zillow, Apartments.com and HotPads bring the options directly to apartment hunters. Your time online doesn’t necessarily stop there, though. Renting is increasingly…


If you’re a landlord, you need to have forms available for most situations you will encounter renting to tenants. Whether you are renting to new tenants, dealing with troublesome old tenants, or handling day-to-day tasks, you’ll find you’ll be reaching for the following forms again and again. Let’s look at some of them. Application to…


Being a landlord may feel like the culmination of a dream, but it can quickly become a nightmare if you end up with bad tenants who know how to work the system. Fortunately, one of the ways you can protect yourself is through a strong rental agreement where everything is enforceable. Too many landlords simply…


As a landlord, you’re expected to use forms to rent your property, to notify your tenants if they’re late on rent, and to proceed on eviction notices. But how good are these forms? Will they hold up in the court of law? Does it make sense to pay a lawyer for the same forms that…

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