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Top Tenant Complaints and How to Solve Them

Monday, March 14, 2022
Property Management Blog

Owning properties and giving them on rent is not as easy and simple as it sounds. There are numerous things that a landlord must look after. After all, if you were a landlord, you would never want your tenants to run away or distress you when it's time to pay rent. Would You?

To avoid such circumstances, you should know the t...

What to Know About Renting To College Students

Saturday, March 12, 2022
Property Management Blog

If a rental property is near a college campus or in a college town, it is a hotspot for college student renters. According to the College Board, 44% of college students live off-campus, which translates to millions of students seeking accommodation each year. 

Of course, many landlords are hesitant to rent to this younger, l...

When Tenants Want To Break Their Lease: A Guide to Early Termination for Landlords

Thursday, March 10, 2022
Property Management Blog

The renter has decided to end the lease early. So, what's next? But, they signed a legal contract agreeing to the terms. It includes paying rent until the move-out date the landlord sets. However, just as the lease protects the landlord, there are rules in place to safeguard renters who want to leave. 

As a landlord, one...

How Can A Condo Management Company Help Improve Your ROI?

Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Property Management Blog

It's a given that if people engage a property management company to handle their condo, they'll take on the primary tasks of property management. But how are they putting their knowledge to good use to attract and maintain superior residents? They'll be able to enhance the ROI as well as lessen the amount of stress. On the ...

What are Some Unexpected Costs of Owning a Rental Property in Orlando?

Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Property Management Blog

Purchasing rental property in Orlando ensures a steady stream of income. Holding on to the asset while the tenants pay rent helps landlords to accumulate a significant amount of equity. The property appreciates, allowing investors to profit simply by owning and renting it out.

Real estate is an excellent investment, especially in...

Ways to Improve Your Orlando Rental Property's Curb Appeal and Value

Sunday, February 20, 2022
Property Management Blog

When it comes to renting out any Orlando property, curb appeal is crucial. It's essentially a tenant's first impression of the rental property, and one would want to make a positive first impression.

Moving on, curb appeal can help landlords cut down on vacant time, boost the home's rental value, and attract high-qual...

Things Landlords Should Know about Rental Property Tax Deductions

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Property Management Blog

Being a landlord can help you save a lot of money, but it's also a lot of effort. One has to find renters, secure insurance, and pay a mortgage and property taxes on top of the expenses and duties of their own living space. Renting a home can also make the personal tax situation more complicated.

Moving on, people can consult...

How Can You Improve Your Tenant Relationships?

Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Property Management Blog

A great landlord-tenant connection will improve everyone's rental experience, as well as the investing experience. One should expect less danger if they get along well with their Orlando tenants. Tenants with friendly and courteous landlord-tenant relationships are considerably less likely to pay rent late, damage the property, or ...

What Can You Do If Your Tenant is Unable to Pay the Rent?

Friday, February 11, 2022
Property Management Blog

Over 40 million people in the United States have lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic. While no accurate figures exist for how many of these people are renters, we do know that roughly 50 million people in the United States rent their properties.

Many individuals who have lost their jobs are not eligible for unemployment b...

What Shows Up on a Rental History Report?

Friday, February 11, 2022
Property Management Blog

One should expect to be closely examined as a prospective tenant. Credit checks, personal interviews, and a copy of the rental history report are all things that a reputable landlord will do. Because these reports might be a decisive factor in any rental application, it's critical to make sure tenants understand what's on them....


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