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So you’re moving into a bigger residence, but considering renting out your house or apartment rather than selling it altogether. Great! There are many benefits to renting out your former place of residence. Read on for seven tips on becoming an expert in renting property! Renting property for the first time It’s obvious that there are many good…


When to raise rent, and especially for a long-time tenant, can be a difficult question for a landlord and property manager. Each week veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi answers questions from other landlords and property managers around the country about their rentals. Dear Landlord Hank, We have some long-time, great tenants who always…


SALT LAKE CITY — If “a peacock, a pig and a hamster walk into an airport” sounds like the beginning of a bad joke — and airlines clearly think so — then welcome to the controversy surrounding emotional support animals. Airlines have the sympathy of landlords, too. They say the joke could as easily begin:…


Building a portfolio full of safe and passive income vehicles that not only covers your cost of living today but grows at a rate equal to or exceeding the rate of inflation is the retiree’s dream. However, it is not as easy as it may at first seem. Given the recent macroeconomic environment where interest…


Written by: Mark Smolen Some property managers may feel a paid bookkeeper gives them what they need regarding record keeping of rental units. Others don’t mind using the more expensive option of industry specific software. However, for people who like DIY types of rental property record keeping solutions, QuickBooks for Landlords offers what most users…


By Nate Bernstein, Managing Counsel, LA Real Estate Law Group In any landlord v. tenant litigation scenario, the risk of an award of attorney’s fees and costs against you or your company  (as the landlord or property management company) is a serious financial risk if your opponent prevails on the merits in landlord-tenant litigation.  The…


As a property owner, being careful about choosing tenants you think will take good care of your rental home is an important part of the job. But sometimes, despite good screening practices, a tenant may collect a large number of items, filling the rooms with everything from clothing and knickknacks to trash and even animals….


Question. Josh from NE Georgia writes: Hi Brian. Enjoy reading your articles. I’m almost 60. I have 30 houses that are now all paid off. They are all rented, bringing in an average $650.00 per month. I rent, collect, evict, do maintenance, everything. I’m the property manager. I’m slowing down and getting tired. What are my…


Every landlord knows that maintaining a rental property is hard work. Between making sure tenants are happy to constantly keeping up with maintenance requests, finding the time to successfully plan and execute renovations can be challenging. Before starting a renovation, here are a few suggestions to make sure that your project is completed in a…


For many of us – business owners in particular – tax season is not the most wonderful time of the year. It’s often stressful and tedious, and we’ve all experienced that last-minute scramble before April 15, tracking down receipts to send to our accountant or digging through documents to file on our own. But if…

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