Tuesday, September 29, 2020

A Fresh Property Management and Investor Perspective

The lens of a landlord or investor is just half the picture and to think like a tenant reimagines your business in a...

Should I Renew My Lease Agreement with My Tenant?

As a landlord, you always want to have a tenant in every unit. But is it better to have a bad tenant than...

Why Marketing Your Rental’s Walkability Is Crucial During the Pandemic

Walkability–the measure of how friendly an area is to walking, including the presence of pathways and sidewalks, user enjoyment, safety, and proximity to...

Tenant Resources | Help with Rent and Other Financial Assistance

Do you need help with rent and other financial assistance or know someone struggling to make ends meet? You’re not alone! There are...

Rental Property Accounting Tips and Tricks for Landlords and Property Managers

Properly handling your rental income and expenses, including accurately accounting for and tracking your funds, is an essential part of rental management.  Both landlords...

Corporate Housing | A Trending Investment Opportunity

Corporate housing finds its way to the spotlight in this article about the changes in the industry and the opportunities available to homeowners...

What to do About Foul Odors at Your Rental Property

Property odors are nothing to sniff at. A foul smell in your rental can be more than simply an embarrassment, it can have...

2020 Housing Market Watch | Recession to Recovery

The CARES Act came to an end administratively July 26th and Congress and Washington are in negotiations this week to establish new relief...

How to Choose the Right Cooling System for Your Rental Property

As the summer heats up, you may find yourself with the task of choosing a cooling system for your rental property. Whether you...

Rental Scams – How to Spot Them and Stop Them

The need for housing and the instability of some renters’ financial or criminal past can lead people to do whatever it takes to...