Property Management Blog

The Benefits of Renting to Tenants with Pets

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Are you a landlord debating the pros and cons of renting to tenants with pets? Renting to tenants with animals can be a smart move! There are a lot of benefits that many landlords find outweigh the cons of renting to pet owners.&n... read more >>

How to Advertise Your Raleigh Rental Property Successfully

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Having a vacant rental property is a costly issue for landlords. Effective marketing and advertising are among the finest ways to shorten the period of time that a rental property is vacant, entice the best tenants, and generate t... read more >>

5 Best Renovations for Your Rental Property

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All landlords want to maximize their rental income. They do this by creating spaces that are as appealing and comfortable for tenants as possible, which will attract higher-quality tenants who are likely to stay longer.However, in... read more >>

Our 8 Tips to Get Your Property Ready to Rent

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You've decided to rent out your property. Congratulations! You're taking a big step towards building wealth. But before you can start collecting rental income, there are some things you need to do to get ready for your new... read more >>

How to Maintain Your Rental Property

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Regularly maintaining rental properties is crucial to keep them in their best condition. A well-maintained property will keep your renter happy and will preserve your investment property. As a landlord, it’s important t... read more >>

How to Attract Long-Term Tenants

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If you own residential property and are struggling to retain renters, you’ll need to change your methods if you want long-term tenants. Tenants will move in and stay put as long as they are happy, comfortable, and safe.If yo... read more >>

North Carolina Fair Housing Act: An Overview

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The enactment of the Fair Housing Act in the US occurred on April 11, 1968. The main goal of the act was to prohibit housing discrimination, either in the rental or sale of housing. As an NC landlord, it’s important to ... read more >>

Squatting Laws in North Carolina - An Overview

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In North Carolina, Squatters’ Rights are a form of Adverse Possession. This means that a squatter can adversely own your property as long as they meet all the requirements under Adverse Possession laws. More o... read more >>
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