How to Winterize Your Rentals

Winter is coming, and although you may not be Jon Snow, it is essential that you take care of the properties you own during the colder months to maintain their longevity. To give you a good idea of where to start, we have compiled a list of the 8 best ways to take care of […]

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The 7 Laws of Landlording

Being a landlord can be extremely rewarding and profitable too! However,  it’s also a huge responsibility. Luckily, we’ve spoken with many industry professionals in this space and compiled a list of tips that landlords, (whether it’s your first property or your hundredth) should know to be the best landlord they can be. 1. Find the […]

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5 Reasons You Should Get Renter’s Insurance

There’s a reason your landlords are always suggesting renter’s insurance as a must-have. Just like any other type of insurance, it protects you in case of the unexpected. Although it may seem like an extra expense, it’s always better to be safe than sorry! According to insurance professionals, the average person has over $30,000 worth […]

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Pay Rent with a Credit Card!

If you’ve ever wanted to pay rent with a credit card, you’re not alone! Credit cards are the new emerging payment method for all kinds of bills including rent payments! 1) Build your credit The biggest benefit of paying rent with a credit card is being able to build your credit with an expense you […]

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Why You Should Start Accepting Online Rent Payments

In an increasingly digital world, where almost anything can be done online, rent payment options are still stuck in the past. Although checks have been the most consistent method of payment accepted by landlords, it is inevitable that they will soon become a thing of the past. In a study done by Smartmove, landlords ranked […]

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Should you allow pets in your rental property?

A recent study found that over seventy percent of Americans are pet-owners. That’s a lot of furry or possibly scaley…. friends! Another study found that there are more people choosing to rent properties than ever before. This means that the majority of renters will most likely have pets and as a landlord, you will have to decide if allowing pets is something you want to do.

 

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