Go4Rent publishes a monthly magazine for landlords that is informative and educational.
Before a new tenant moves in, there are some topics on the lease that need to be explained—the cost for rent and security deposits, maintenance and repair roles, condition of the premises, and pet and smoking rules. These are rules that usually have minimal room for misinterpretation. But there’s one gray area on a lease that could become a sticking point for both tenants and landlords: quiet enjoyment.
In today’s political climate, there’s a taboo question that landlords may (or may not) dance around: Is this renter vaccinated from coronavirus disease 2019?
If you are a new landlord or tenant, you may have never heard of renters insurance. However, it is becoming a requirement for your tenants to obtain it.
Is Saying ‘Nay’ to Tenant Applications OK?
Following Rekeying Requirements according to State Code is dependent upon each State!