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by Julie Murphy The lease is up and it’s time for the locksmith or handyman to re-key or change those locks AGAIN!Why not make the whole transition of new tenants easy and cost-effective by installing a keyless entry system?These systems provide security and safety for you and your tenants through modern and efficient means of…


by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: Could you advise about “popcorn” ceilings and whether they have asbestos in them? How do you get rid of them and is it expensive? We are thinking of buying a 1987 house that has these ceilings throughout. Our doctor recommended getting the material tested before stepping into…


by Jim Watkins, DFW Mentor A No-Win Situation Getting a tenant to move peacefully and without causing physical damage is hard to do. Tenants being evicted tend to feel victimized and when they get upset they are a risk to do physical damage to the house and leave behind mountains of trash. Eviction laws differ…


by Julie Murphy Protect your properties and keep your tenants safe with a modern, keyless entry system. There are systems for every need from the owners who have only several units to those with 100 or more, and everything in between. The most common approaches are either a “pin-pad” system with a security code or…


Kitchen Cabinets Make Great French Doors by Bill and Kevin Burnett, Inman News Q: I removed my old kitchen cabinet doors and bought new ones — natural maple, RTF — via the Internet. I am happy with them, but I mistakenly bought two extra doors that are much too big and two doors that are…


by Dian Hymer, Inman News Last year, before the subprime crisis hit, a home buyer was on the verge of purchasing his first home. His mortgage broker told him that qualifying for a mortgage would not be a problem. After reviewing the numbers of an attractive teaser-rate adjustable, the buyer had second thoughts. He called…


Are you a glass half-full kind of person? Have a penchant for embellishment? How far will you go when describing your propertys good sides “ and the bad? Heres your chance to show off your creative side. Help us fill out this rental ad by adding your comment below: PENTHOUSE APARTMENT        …


by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: I am a new rental property owner and was recently cited for a code violation. Apparently, a previous owner did some work on the property following a fire, for which he obtained the correct permits. But he never scheduled the final inspection. Like us, the seller from whom we…


by Paul Bianchina, Inman News Everyone loves a nice-looking yard, but dragging those hoses and sprinklers around to keep everything watered can be a real chore — especially when you add in the different watering cycles required by some communities and the adjustments that are often necessitated by seasonal weather changes. If you’re thinking about…


by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: I’ve taken over the management of my family’s small apartment building and recently spoke with someone who answered my ad for a vacant unit. After talking with other owners nearby, I realized that I had set the rent $200 below market. We haven’t signed a lease yet, and I’m…

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