A very common question we get from owners moving out of their primary residence to rent it out is: should I rent my property furnished? The answer comes down to whether your home would make a good short term rental. Continue reading
Credit bureaus are implementing some changes that can affect landlords in general and you personally. Transunion got together with Equifax and Experian and they announced a National Consumer Assistance Plan. Basically, they are trying to ensure that their data is as accurate as possible. Continue reading
In today’s market, a properly priced home should rent to a qualified tenant in just a couple of weeks. There is a lot of demand for rental housing right now. There’s been an inflation of prices, and wages are staying flat. So, fewer people can buy, and more people are forced to rent.
What do you do if a tenant destroys your property? This is a common question, especially from first-time landlords. Everyone has the worst case scenario in their minds. Your course of action will depend on the severity of the damage and whether the tenant still lives in your property. Continue reading
What happens if you need to sell your tenant occupied property? Owners sometimes call for help because they need to sell fast, and a tenant is in place. When this happens, you need to understand a few things.