Go4Rent publishes a bimonthly magazine for landlords and Realtors intended to be informative, educational and enjoyable to read.
Check out these interior design suggestions to make a rental more intriguing during the walk-through process.
Residents may experience common problems in their windowless bathrooms. The usual challenges include poor lighting, mold, mildew, dampness, smells, peeling paint and bubbling wallpaper. Excess moisture and poor ventilation are the main causes of these issues, the results of which can lead to health issues and costly repairs. Use these tips and tricks to resolve them all.
Florida homes commonly use ceramic and tile, and tile and stone flooring are popular in Texas homes. All of these household materials vary in durability, life span and cost. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of these floor types can make this decision easier.
This article will break down tips and tricks to successfully avoid an emergency veterinary clinic visit while also enjoying a bountiful journey into horticulture in a pet-friendly garden.
When designing a small space, just one wrong move can take a room from cozy to claustrophobic. Tenants don’t want to move into a property with limited room to store their belongings. Luckily, there are plenty of changes that landlords can do to maximize storage in even the smallest units.
In the 1920s, architects invented a new home dining experience: the cozy, casual breakfast nook. But after social isolation has significantly ceased, could a breakfast nook still be the way to bring more happiness and comfort to the home experience?
Realtors meet countless clients, some of which end up being repeat clients if they move again. Once the lease is approved and signed, giving closing gifts are both a common courtesy and a way to leave a long-lasting, positive impression. Sometimes it’s tough to find the best gift for new tenants. Fortunately, these 13 gift ideas should work for anyone.
Wabi-sabi is an ancient principle that loosely translates as wisdom in natural simplicity—or flawed beauty. According to Japan Objects, the term “wabi” refers to “the appreciation of a serene life.” "Sabi" refers to “the delightful contemplation of what is old and worn.”
Imagine renters are moving into their new apartment. They walk into the living room to see a freshly painted accent wall. Maybe it’s a calming blue hue that immediately makes them feel at home and reaffirms that they made a great decision choosing this property to live in.