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If you decide to be a landlord, you should be aware that property management does not keep regular hours. Property maintenance requires you to put in enough time and schedule necessary repairs with contractors. Property emergencies can also occur, and you may need to respond urgently even when you're in bed. This article will focus on identifying property emergencies and the process of handling them. Defining Rental Property Emergency Maintenance To manage maintenance issues quickly, you should know what situations are regarded as an emergency.…

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That first impression of your home's outside, also known as curb appeal, is crucial when renting your property. Whether you are a short or long-distance landlord, consider the facade of your house from the viewpoint of someone seeing it for the first time to determine how appealing it is to potential tenants. Influenced by several factors, curb appeal includes the exterior color and condition of your home, the landscaping, as well as the general upkeep of the exterior of the building. Here are a few easy ways to ensure that your property stand…

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Water damage can end up causing massive damage to your property, especially to your floors, furniture, and drywall. The damages can go far beyond normal wear and tear. In fact, water damage in the U.S. amounts to billions in repair costs. To prevent high repair expenses, here are the best ways to avoid water damage in your rental home. What are the Possible Causes Behind Water Damage? Common culprits behind water damage are traced to plumbing and weather issues. Time is crucial when it comes to water damage in order to minimize destruction. L…

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The maintenance of a rental property is a responsibility shared by both the landlords and tenants. As a matter of fact, it is stated in the landlord-tenant law that both landlords and tenants have equal responsibility in keeping the rental property in good condition. If you’re a rental property owner, you should understand how important it is to perform routine inspections in maintaining the upkeep of your rental home. Regular inspections can help you identify potential issues that may need repair before they become too costly to handle. Also…

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Contrary to what most believe, landing great tenants isn’t based on pure luck alone. Great tenants are everywhere. You just need to learn how to capture their interest. Property managers often end up drawing high-quality renters. Here are tips to try so you attract excellent tenants out there: 1. Study your target market Check out the residents in your neighborhood. It already gives you an idea what demographic is choosing to live there. Check your rental’s features. Is it conducive to a young professional or is it large enough to house a f…

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