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How to Write a Perfect Tenant Welcome Letter
How to Write a Perfect Tenant Welcome Letter

Moving to a new building can be stressful, even if it’s exciting. And a property manager’s response to new tenants can either make or break move-in day expectations and affect resident retention. One of the best ways to ensure a seamless, stress-free move-in is by writing and sending a tenant welcome letter. Here are some tips for crafting a tenant welcome letter: How do you introduce yourself to tenants?  What makes a great tenant welcome letter?  What should an apartment welcome letter include?  How to send a welcome letter  When to send a welcome letter How do you introduce yourself to tenants?  The best way to introduce yourself to a new tenant is to craft a... Read more

Reasonable Accommodation Forms – How Can...

Reasonable accommodation requests can be completely obvious and straightforward. Still, more often than not, they require a little bit more due diligence or...

A Landlord’s Guide to Record Keeping and...

Your records may mostly be electronic these days, but you still need to keep safe, comprehensive records for all of your rental units. When applying to rent an...

Understanding a Rent Increase Notice and the...

Part of being a rental property owner or manager is understanding the local and state rent increase laws. A rent increase is a consistent responsibility for every...

How to Write a Notice to Vacate

As a rental property owner, it’s important to understand a notice to vacate and the local or state laws that apply to this type of real estate form. Although a...

How To Know if a Lease is Legally Binding
How To Know if a Lease is Legally Binding

As a landlord or property manager, it’s a great feeling once the tenant agrees to the lease agreement and signs their name on the written document. However, there are some steps before they can get to that stage of the process. Similarly, there are other factors —and responsibilities — to consider when creating and sharing a rental lease agreement to ensure it is legally binding with the prospective tenant. Keep reading as we break down the process and what to factor in when creating a legally binding lease: The lease signing process A proper rental lease agreement is a formal contract between a landlord (or property owner) and a tenant. It details the terms and conditions for the... Read more

How and When to Use a Month to Month Lease

As a landlord or property manager, you have the opportunity to determine what kind of lease agreement works best for you and your rental property. The typical rental...

A Landlord’s Guide to a Rent Increase Notice

Rent increases are an inevitable part of a landlord or property manager’s job. Each year, the local rental market and overall costs fluctuate, often requiring a...

3 Ways Rental Inspection Reports Can Protect...

As a landlord, it’s essential that you perform rental inspections and record everything in a Residential Inspection Report when a tenant moves in or out of your...

Court rules that an email can create a legally...

Real estate agents might want to be more careful about when they hit that ‘send’ button, as whatever they say in an email could be legally binding, according to a...