Effectively Dealing With Tenant Delinquencies And Eviction Proceedings By Jon L. Farnsworth, Esq. (Editor’s note: This article was initially published in the September 2009, Minnesota Real Estate Journal, and has...
Tip #39: 2009 Tax Breaks That You Don’t Want to Miss Are you ready for the 2009 tax season? With your finances squeezed by the economic crisis, its more important...
Tip #38: Voice Mail Made Easy by Greg Standerfer What happens to a tenant who calls your office when your lines are busy or you dont answer? Most managers would...
Tip #37: Oh, please! Can I keep ˜em? Applicants with pets are becoming the majority. With vacancy rates high, your no-pets policy may be hurting your profitability. On the other...
Tip #36: Keeping Secrets If you’ve done your job as a landlord, your tenant files contain some highly personal information. While all of our favorite new technologies allow us more...
Tip #35: It’s the Thought That Counts Our top stories this year have been about the economy and the impact its had on rental property owners. With vacancy rates high,...
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...
Tip #33: Showing Vacant Rentals After Dark by Property Manager Robert Machado, CPM, MPM Each winter the subject comes up about whether it is advisable to show vacant rentals after...
Tip #32: Form, and Substance Landlords spend lots of time and money perfecting their lease agreements, and without a doubt a lease is important. However, it’s the information in the...
Tip #31: Down to the Wire Prices for scrap metal have surged and the market demand remains strong. That has law enforcement agencies throughout the United States and Canada warning...