One of the most tedious parts of being a landlord can be collecting rent. Even when you have great tenants who are able to pay rent, there can be small obstacles that stand between you getting paid on time and needing to chase down rent. How can you easily improve rent collection at your rental properties?
As a landlord, you can elect to rent your properties for any length of time. While some landlords thrive on multi-year rentals to loyal tenants, others experience great success in offering month-to-month leases. When you rent your properties, should you choose long-term or short-term leases?
As a landlord, it can be frustrating when a great tenant decides to not renew the lease. You will need to find someone else to occupy the property, take care of all necessary maintenance to prepare it for a new tenant and complete the entire tenant screening process again. While some of the reasons why tenants don’t renew a lease are out of your control, others can provide you with valuable feedback.
Fall is here and winter is right around the corner, which means that property owners everywhere have plenty of clean-up and maintenance tasks to tackle. If you’re ready to start preparing your property for fall and the colder months ahead, this list is an excellent starting point.
Our property management team specializes in finding the perfect tenants for properties of every size, but what are some of the ways that we find the right renters? Tenant screening questions are critical to the process. When you’re searching for someone who will care for your property, pay rent on time and re-sign their lease, what tenant screening questions should you ask?