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What started 25 years ago as a small email chain amongst friends, has now become one of the most popular spots on the web people turn to for traditional classifieds. Browsers can find anything from a hand-me-down bookshelf to their next hot date on Craigslist. However, one of the most frequented ...
12/18/2020
In major cities around the country, leasing activity has plummeted this year due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus. Potential tenants in every area code are thinking twice before making moves or changes to their housing situation. Even those truly in need of an apartment are hesitant to bo...
12/17/2020
Property Management can be a challenging endeavor and oftentimes an expensive one. And with all the tools and services out there claiming to optimize your business, it’s hard to know where to invest your hard-earned dollars. Allow us to help simplify.Bottom line, you are looking to fill vacancies...
12/16/2020
There’s nothing more distressing to a landlord, property owner or manager than having to remove a tenant who refuses to leave when their lease expires. It can be an expensive and time consuming process. Moreover, the entire procedure is full of bureaucratic red tape and legal land mines. There ar...
12/15/2020
If you are not already familiar with subletting, now, before your new lease term starts, is the time dig deeper. Subletting occurs when your lease-signing tenant rents out their spot in your property for a certain period of the lease term. You will hear the word, “sublet” tossed around on college...
12/14/2020
When purchasing an investment property, more than likely, that property already has tenants under lease. When you close on the building, those standing leases will become your leases. Most commonly, as long as they abide by the agreement they signed, the tenant will have the right to stay in the ...
12/13/2020
So you’ve decided to take the plunge into commercial real estate. Investing in and managing commercial properties is quite different than the residential market, and many of those differences start with the lease.  New landlords often have limited experience with commercial leases and the differe...
12/12/2020
Murphy’s Law has several subtle variations, but the general message is as follows: if something can go wrong, it will. Many landlords can vouch for this with their rental properties. The truth is that the longer you manage properties, the more problems you are likely to encounter. Your lease agre...
12/11/2020
(Note: The terms “fixed” and “annual” leases are used interchangeably. Both refer to traditional 12-month, fixed leases in the context of this article.)Twelve-month, fixed-term leases have long been the standard structure for residential rentals, but they aren’t the only option. Month-to-month (M...
12/10/2020
Total insurance premiums in 2017 reached nearly $1.2 trillion dollars. Suffice it to say, Americans like to reduce risk when it comes to their financial investments. Homes, cars, and even lives can be insured. But as a landlord, other than your lease and an effective screening policy, there isn’t...
12/09/2020
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