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It is vital that homes are ready for what cold weather winter brings.
From the fanciest hotels to the cheapest apartments, bedbugs do not discriminate. Where there is blood, they will follow.
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?
Realtors want to get their clients approved for the first single-family home or condo rental they apply for. Unfortunately, that’s not always realistic. There are, however, certain tips that Realtors can use to help their clients strengthen a rental application, increasing the likelihood of getting approved for the first choice. Here are six suggestions.
Renters are usually eager to start seeing homes immediately. However, it’s important to take a step back and ask certain questions before showing a home. Setting expectations and avoiding miscommunications will save time and get to the closing table sooner
A 2019 report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) confirmed that 93% of prospects used a website in their home search. While this statistic is not surprising in the modern age, it spotlights the urgency of maintaining a strong online presence and reputation. This is why Realtors getting positive online feedback is a must.
For a landlord, a rental property is an uphill battle against mishaps, calamities, the hands of time and sometimes nature itself. To guard their investment, property owners must plan ahead, maneuver tactfully and sometimes be prepared to cut their losses.
“Do you have a pet-friendly policy?” It’s a common question that landlords receive before attempting to rent a single-family home.
Are you a flexible enough landlord to ensure that your tenants stay long-term?
Following Rekeying Requirements according to State Code is dependent upon each State!
Property managers and landlords are often faced with ...