The Problem with Being Friends with Tenants

The Problem with Being Friends with Tenants

Whether you are a part-time landlord or a property manager for a larger company, there will always be the temptation to become friends with the tenants. For those who own and manage single family rentals, there may even be friends who have asked if they can rent from...
Noisy Neighbors

Noisy Neighbors

If a tenant is noisy in the middle of a forest, will anyone file a noise complaint? Probably not. But most tenants tend to live near other people, which can lead to a few different things happening: emails from the neighborhood HOA, complaints from a building manger,...
5 Ways to Keep a Good Tenant

5 Ways to Keep a Good Tenant

When you are looking for a good tenant, you are probably looking for a few specific traits that makes them appealing to you. Good tenants have good jobs, nice cars, no pets, and have never touched a drum set in their life. It’s possible that you have created the image...
Locked And Leased

Locked And Leased

Knowing when to change the locks is an important trait in a landlord; they are the first line of defense in a home. And since renters are 85% more likely to experience a burglary than home owners, locks are even more important to your tenants. Here are the basics to...