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Managing a rental can be a lot of work, but with the right advice and tools, it can be easy.
There are many ways to collect rent from your tenants. It’s important to consider the one that best suits your needs.
Understanding the current trends in the rental industry will help both landlords and tenants navigate this changing landscape.
There are ways to break down the landlord responsibilities for maintenance and equip yourself to better address repairs while minimizing preventable issues.
Screening tenants is your key to success. Find out how to check tenant credit reports and perform a background check.
Writing an effective rental ad will attract the most qualified and responsible tenants.
Rental and landlord scams are more common than you think. Read this article to help avoid rental scams.
Become a more profitable and effective landlord by not rushing through important steps, and avoiding some common landlord mistakes.
Evictions can be a lengthy, daunting process for landlords and tenants, so it’s important you’re aware of the specific reasons, procedures and costs.
Purchasing renters insurance is a smart move.
Rent, initial deposits, and fees can sometimes get tricky if they haven't been discussed with your landlord.