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    How Property Managers Fill Vacancies

    In order to fill your vacancies, you first need to know what renters want. That list can vary widely based on the type of rental property you have. Renters moving into an apartment will have different ‘wants’ then those moving into a single-family home. Longer Term Renters For those who are long…Read More

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    Tips to Spruce Up Your Rental Property

    As Commercial or Residential Property Managers, as well as individual Property Owners, one of the sure-fire ways to attract tenants is to spruce up the look of your rental property. Of course, how much you do and spend depends on your class of properties. If you own class A-B properties, you probabl…Read More

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    Management Tips for Property Management Companies and Owners

    Web Based Property Management Software is increasing the efficiency of property management by using the latest technology. Such technology is now becoming affordable for portfolios of all sizes. Property management is more than just maintenance on real estate properties. If you’re a management com…Read More

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    Tenant Screening Checklist for Property Managers

    Property Management Software and Tenant Screening Tenant Screening When it’s time to find a new tenant for your rental property, you should be consistent in your process so you know what to look for. Here are some basic checklist items you should complete when screening new tenants. Tenant Income …Read More

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    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 top…Read More

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    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 …Read More

  7. Know Your Tenants – Proper Background Checks

    Buying an income property is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio. Adding a real estate component to your portfolio allows you to take advantage of market growth while providing an income stream. Finding and keeping good tenants is the most important aspect of managing a rental propert…Read More