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6 01, 2021

How to Safely Show Rental Property During the COVID-19 Pandemic

2021-01-04T16:56:45-05:00By |Property Management, Rentals, Tenant Relations|

Safeguarding your rental properties should be a priority at all times. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be particularly important for keeping yourself, as well as your current and potential future tenants out of harm’s way. The good news is that people still need a place to live, even in these challenging times. So, [...]

12 02, 2020

What is Considered “Normal” Wear and Tear on a Rental Property?

2020-02-12T19:14:45-05:00By |Home Inspection, Maintenance, Regulations, Tenant Relations|

As the owner of residential rental property, it’s a given that a home or apartment unit will require cleaning when a tenant moves out in order to get it up to par for the next. But depending on how your property looks upon inspection, determining the lines between what is normal and what is excessive [...]

12 04, 2017

Is a Month to Month Lease Really Worth It to Get or Keep Your Rental Property Occupied?

2017-04-12T14:32:49-04:00By |Advice, Tenant Relations, Vacancy|

Having an investment property sitting empty can certainly be frustrating. Knowing that the home or unit is costing you money every day, with no incoming cash flow to cover it, may make you feel like you should take on any potential tenant, regardless of the terms. But is consenting to a month to month lease [...]

18 05, 2016

How to Make Your Rental Property Attractive to the Baby Boomer Generation

2016-10-26T21:12:42-04:00By |Maintenance, Orlando Landlord Tips, Tenant Relations|

For more than 65 years, the Baby Boomer generation has had a substantial impact on the United States economy. Nearly every industry has been affected - and housing is no different. As this group moves into their retirement years, many will be looking to rent. This is especially the case in areas such as Florida, [...]

27 04, 2016

Handling Complaints from Tenants

2016-10-26T21:12:42-04:00By |Maintenance, Tenant Relations|

As the owner of rental property, it can be both rewarding and difficult to keep your tenants happy. Although most of your renters will typically never make a complaint, if or when the time does arise, it is important to get the issue handled as quickly and as professionally as possible - regardless of how [...]

6 04, 2016

How to Be a Pet Friendly Landlord without Incurring Expensive Property Damage

2019-10-30T21:57:27-04:00By |Orlando Landlord Tips, Tenant Relations|

For many people, their pets are a part of the family. According to the Humane Society of the United States, approximately 72% of American households that rent their homes actually have pets. But unfortunately, those who rent can also oftentimes have trouble with finding homes that welcome their four-legged family members. One of the biggest [...]

2 03, 2016