Property Management Blog

Should I Allow Tenants to Paint my Rental Property

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If you’ve been receiving requests from tenants to paint the rental, you might wonder whether to allow it or not. Landlords often use a neutral palette such as gray, white, and beige in their units to ensure that the colors m... read more >>

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords

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Being a first-time landlord has particular challenges. But over time, just like any other job, the tasks get easier to handle. A good practice for new landlords is to adopt good habits. Being consistent in your approach also allow... read more >>

What Landlords Should Know About Move-Out Letters

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As a landlord, the end of a lease period can be particularly stressful. You're having to start the marketing process all over while drawing up several documents. One such document is a move-out letter. But what do you nee... read more >>

How to Film a Great Video Tour of Your Rental

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Do you want to give potential tenants an inside look at your rental space without needing to visit it in person? There is no denying that a listing with a video tour boosts your chances of getting more leads. Filming an excel... read more >>

Should I Rent My House Furnished?

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As a landlord, you have many decisions to make in your quest to optimize your return on investment. And among the vital decisions to make is whether or not to rent your house furnished. With the emergence of specialized marke... read more >>

Tips to Keep Your Home (and Investment) Safe

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Have you recently purchased a rental property? This can be a very rewarding and profitable investment. That said, it’s a massive undertaking and required the right skills to ensure its success. One of the best ways to e... read more >>

What Exactly Is “Normal Wear and Tear”?

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A landlord has the right to have their property and its furnishings returned to them at the end of a tenancy in the same state it was in at the beginning. That said, per rental laws, a tenant cannot be held accountable for damages... read more >>

How to Keep Renters Happy

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Keeping your renters satisfied is important if you're a landlord looking to maximize your rental income. Long-term tenants increase your likelihood of becoming a successful landlord since they provide for stable rental income.... read more >>
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