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Tenants

Quality tenants are one of the keys to our success and we want our tenants to be well-informed. Simply paying rent isn’t where their responsibility stops. They should be helping to take care of the home they’re renting, too. We have a lot of good material for tenants regarding safety, tips, and relocation. When it’s time for them to move, we want that to be as painless as possible.

Important Tips for First-Time Landlords

You’ve acquired a rental property, and you’re about to become a landlord for the first time. Congratulations are in order; a rental property can be a great source of income and a wonderful investment! There’s a lot to remember when you’re a new landlord, so here are a few important tips to help you get the most out of your rental property. View more…

 


 

The Importance of Tenant Insurance

As a fire happens in the middle of the night, your dishwasher or washing machine overflows and will flood, which causes property damage. Question number one which always pops to mind is whether or not a tenant had insurance. It’s difficult enough to lose the possessions and the lifelong memories which were instilled in the belongings lost during a fire, yet as you have to additionally face starting over without insurance protection backing you up, things might look very grim. Here we list why tenant (renter’s) insurance is critical for tenants: View more…

 


 

Your Credit Report Put in Plain English

Credit scores are compiled separately by the primary consumer reporting agencies; Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union. These credit reporting bureaus compute scores differently, and base their scores on information that may differ from other bureaus. View more…

 


 

Rental Property Tax Write-Offs You Need to Know

Tax deductions are good. For your rental expenses, there are deductions to your taxes which need to be determined provided you have their records. It pays to be always ready instead of stressing at tax time. To further help you, here are a few tax deductions you should know: View more…

 


 

Turning Down a Potential Applicant

You want to be sure that the tenant who occupies your property is going to be solid. They should have a decent credit score, a clean background check, and an income high enough to afford the property. Almost every property management company takes a look at these areas before they will approve an applicant. Unfortunately, there are still some situations where they have to learn to say no.

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