4 Signs You Should Fire Your Current Property Management Company

Our topic today is identifying reasons that you might want to consider changing your property manager. Before we get into details, it’s important to understand that it’s not a good idea to change property managers as soon as you have a minor issue. A lot of times, better communication is all that’s needed. If you […]

How To Reduce Vacancy In Your Rental Property

When landlords talk about vacancies, remember that the biggest issue in avoiding vacancy in the first place is to not lose the tenants you have in place. However, tenants don’t stay forever and when they do move out; you have a vacant property that you want to get up and running as soon as possible. […]

Tenant Screening Methods You Need To Know

The screening process and the background check during your lease up are obviously important. The due diligence you do on the front end as we call it is the most important part of your work as a landlord or a property manager. If you don’t take the time to do these things correctly up front, […]

Rental Inspections and Tenant Accountability

When we talk about proper inspections, I always tell owners that the most important interaction they can have with tenants is the walk through inspection. Once you have collected the security deposit and the lease has been signed, it’s time for a walk through with the tenant. I can’t tell you how many owners have […]

The Guide To Dealing With Late Rent and Eviction

Late rent and eviction often go hand in hand. When rent isn’t paid, you will most likely need to enter the eviction phase. One of the most important things I tell owners is that when you are collecting rent, consistency is key. If you are not consistent and your tenants don’t know what to expect […]