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  Not getting RentGuard A RentGuard Analyzer is provided in every AAOA tenant screening package. If your tenant qualifies (most do) you can purchase or have your tenant purchase annual coverage for lost rent, damages, or legal fees. This is better than traditional insurance or even a security deposit because it covers you up to…

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Regulations allowing San Francisco property owners to convert common spaces into accessory dwelling units have brought forth a flood of applications to carve new apartments out of everything from garages and basements to old boiler rooms. In the first nine months of the year, property owners applied to create 593 accessory dwelling units, known as…

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Where exactly do renters most enjoy renting?  That’s the question that apartment rental site ABODO recently pondered as it sifted through reams of data form the 2015 American Housing Survey. In essence, they wanted to discover the cities where renters are the most satisfied (or not) with their homes.  There are some interesting data in here…

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Bitcoin is fast-gaining the attention of the real estate industry, with several states already changing their laws to allow it to be used to finance property transactions. The Wall Street Journal reported this week that the industry is already experimenting with using the digital currency to pay for things like rent, services or even whole deals. “Most of the…

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Baby boomers are the fastest-growing group of renters, Census figures show. More than 5 million baby boomers are expected to rent their next home by 2020. Many boomers want amenity-rich full-service buildings like millennials, brokers tell CNBC. Russ Chung once lived in a sizable Midwest home, but he recently downsized to a luxury one-bedroom rental…

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One of the biggest stresses that comes with owning a rental property is when the tenant moves out. At this time, it’s your responsibility to check the property, order maintenance, and clean everything for the next tenant. Sometimes, this process is a breeze. Other times, you’re left with a lot of work on your hands….

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When giving an apartment walk-through with a prospective resident, it is important that you have all your bases covered. This will make it easier for you as you move toward signing a lease, and it will also encourage your resident to choose your place over others. In order to ensure the best walkthrough success, check…

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year — unless you’re a property manager. Industries like retail, transportation, and food services thrive during these long winter months, but the property management industry isn’t so lucky. The dreaded “slow season” for apartment leasing often sends landlords scrambling to fill their vacancies. This is mostly because, well,…

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The most financially successful interior design professionals are often the most diversified. They have multiple streams of income. One lucrative “stream” available to real estate stagers is offering partial or complete interior design services. Problem is, too many stagers avoid that opportunity because they feel they lack the proper credentials. True, stagers who don’t have…

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You can clean the air with plants. And in an age when “healthy home” is what so many buyers are saying they crave, you may find this a cheaper alternative to improving the air quality in a home by just being smarter about the plants you choose to stage with. The Center for REALTOR(R) Technology…

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