Credit Checks Are Essential

Credit checks

The best forecaster of future behavior is past behavior. This is why credit check and criminal background check are so important. You will get a better understanding of how responsible and reliable your prospective tenant is. You can never have too much information. All of the information you gather will help you make an informed…

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Questions To Ask Prospective Tenants


One of the most important tools that you have as an owner to protect your investment is a quality tenant. Tenant screening is a vital part of the leasing process so today we have a set of questions that will help you gather information in order to evaluate a prospective tenant and make a good…

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Photography for Property Management


Advertising plays a key role in successfully renting out your rental property. Properly marketing your rental property will increase your number of applicants. You want as many applicants as you can. The more applicants you get the more you have to choose from the most likely you will be able to find a quality tenant.…

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Increase the Value of your Rental Property


As a rental property owner, you are always thinking of ways to increase your property value. A simple way of increasing your property’s value is by enhancing your property. On a side note, we highly encourage that you always make repairs once a tenant moves out. This will help keep the property in great shape…

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Financial Freedom Through Real Estate

Real Estate

A very attractive feature of investing in rental properties is that the demand never ends. People always need a place to live, so you know that real estate is an investment that will last.    The first thing you have to do is a plan. There are a ton of different rental properties out there.…

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Inspections: What to Look For


Performing property inspections is an important part of being a landlord because you want to keep your investment in great shape. Lack of regular maintenance to your property could endanger its value. Even if you have a good tenant, routine inspections can help prevent big problems down the road. So property inspections are vital, they…

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Reduce Vacancies


It is in your best interest to minimize the number of vacancies in your properties. You need to avoid vacancies because if a tenant isn’t paying rent then you are not receiving cash flow and you have to pay for the property’s monthly expenses. Ultimately you are losing money. You want to fill vacancies fast…

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Move-In and Move-Out Checklist for Landlords

Move-in Move-out Checklist

Are you ready to rent out your property to a new tenant? We strongly suggest that you provide your new tenant with a move-in & move-out checklist. This is a way to keep track of your rental property’s condition. When the tenant moves out the checklist will help you check for damage beyond normal wear and…

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Property Damage vs. Normal Wear & Tear


Do you know how to determine what are real damages v.s what is normal wear and tear? There is a fine line between what is actual damage and what is normal wear and tear. It takes a little bit of experience to distinguish damages and wear & tear. If not done properly it can cause…

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Collecting Rent Online


One of the most important aspects of property management is how you collect rent. As a landlord, you want to make it easy for your tenants to pay rent each month so that they don’t have any excuses for not paying their rent. But you also want to think about your safety and time. In…

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