Practical Aspects to Consider when Buying an Older Home
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : August 26, 2021 at 12:22 pm
Although some people like the idea of moving into a brand new home that has all the latest fixtures and gadgets, many others will prefer the option of occupying an older home for various reasons. If you’ve never lived in an older home or owned one before, there are some ...
Parts of Homes that are Overlooked when Tenants do Move-out Cleaning
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : August 21, 2021 at 10:12 am
When moving out of a rental home, the last thing that is on most tenants’ minds is ensuring that everything is left spotlessly clean. In many cases, the sheer level of stress and amount of work that has to be done when moving house usually means that aspects such as ensuring that everything is securely packed will take precedence over everything ...
Tips for Dealing with Challenging Tenants
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : August 15, 2021 at 12:05 pm
At some point, most landlords or property managers will have to face the task of dealing with difficult tenants – those who continually pay late, cause deliberate damage or complain about every little thing. While thorough screening can help prev...
Top Tips for Successful Rent Collection
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : August 8, 2021 at 10:56 am
As a landlord, your main goal is to ensure that tenants in all of your rental properties are prompt with their payments each month – and that rent is paid in full. However, it can sometimes be challenging to consistently achieve a 100% rate of payment.
Tips for Increasing Rent Prices while Still Keeping Tenants
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : August 2, 2021 at 11:43 am
As a landlord, chances are that you’ve had long-term tenants in one or more of your properties from time to time - and this can sometimes present a challenge when the time comes to raise rental prices. While it becomes necessary to raise the rent...
How Landlords can Deal with Water Damage
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : July 20, 2021 at 9:57 am
While water damage is not something that a landlord will want to deal with at any time, a situation will inevitably arise where this disaster could arise at a rental unit. When this happens, it’s crucial to already have a plan of action in place that will not ...
How Landlords can Deal with Hoarder Tenants
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : July 10, 2021 at 9:48 am
In most cases, landlords have to manage a host of responsibilities when it comes to managing and caring for their properties and the last thing any of them need to deal with is a tenant who is a hoarder. If you’re a landlord who has discovered that you have a hoarder tenant, it’s essential to act swiftly – before damage is caused to your prop...
Fire Prevention Tips for Landlords
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : June 29, 2021 at 9:38 am
Although it is impossible for landlords to control everything that takes place on a rental property, they can implement rules, provide appropriate advice and protect themselves and their tenants by giving them what is needed to stay safe. The tips below can help prevent fires from occurring at rental properties.
Adhere to Fire Codes
Costs that Landlords Often Underestimate
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : June 25, 2021 at 9:32 am
As a landlord, one of your biggest tasks and responsibilities will be to effectively controlling and estimating expenses related to your properties. Several costs are involved with owning or managing a property, including mortgage payments and ongoing maintenance and repair expenses, so it’s crucial that these are effectively managed at all times...
Aspects Tenants Look for in Rental Properties
Post by : Maciej Fita | Post on : June 20, 2021 at 9:23 am
Although most landlords focus on ensuring that potential renters are properly screened before they move into a property, it’s important to keep in mind that it’s just as important for rental homes to be as appealing as possible to the right tenants. Below are some aspects and features that today’s tenants want when searching for rental homes....