tenant-management
Aug 20 2018

How to Retain Tenants

Let’s face it. Obtaining tenants can be expensive and time consuming. Consider the marketing expense, time to process applications, run background screening, verify information, the time it takes to ‘show’ your properties etc., the TAC (tenant acquisition cost) can be high. What’s worst is many property managers or landlords don’t even know what their TAC

flying-by-instruments
Aug 11 2018

Property Managers and Flying By Instruments

There’s a saying that “Altitude is the pilot’s friend” Altitude provides the pilot more time in the event that something goes wrong. They have more time to troubleshoot and correct the problem. If they can’t correct the problem, they have time to call for assistance, stabilize their descent and worst case, locate a suitable crash

collecting-application-fees
May 29 2018

Collecting Application Fees

Questions about collecting application fees As a property manager or landlord, one thing that you commonly do is collect application fees. Each state has different rules and laws on application fees, so you should know what your states requirements and limitations are. This blog is going to be a topic blog with more questions then

property-rental-agreement
May 19 2018

The Anatomy Of A Rental Lease

Being a real estate landlord or professional property manager has it’s challenges. One of which is the leasing of a rental property. In this article, I will highlight the overall process then when it gets to the lease, I will go into some of the key elements you should have in any lease. First is