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Becoming a DIY Landlord? 10 Mistakes to Avoid

Investing in rental properties can allow you to earn lucrative returns, offering financial stability and long-term investment opportunities. Many new landlords often start with the intention of managing their rental properties themselves, believing that it will save them money.  While there are certainly benefits to being a DIY landlord, there are also significant pitfalls that […]

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Why Pet Screening Is Always a Good Idea

As a landlord, it’s your responsibility to ensure the safety and protection of your property. Yet a common source of potential damage is often overlooked: pets. If you allow tenants to bring furry friends, pet screening is always essential!  From reducing the wear and tear of the property to anticipating possible liabilities, numerous benefits come […]

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End of Tenancy Cleaning

A well-maintained property will help you achieve higher rental prices, fewer vacancies, and increase your ROI! When a tenant moves out of your rental property, it’s crucial to conduct end-of-tenancy cleaning to ensure your rental is sanitary and in its best shape. End-of-tenancy cleaning is important not only for legal reasons but also to ensure […]

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Investing in Out-Of-State Property

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Investing in out-of-state property can be a great way to diversify your portfolio, access new markets, earn better returns, and profit from tax benefits.  However, it also presents several challenges, such as distance, lack of local knowledge, legal differences, and management difficulties. It’s important to research and understand the unique characteristics of the market you’re […]

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What Landlords Should Know About Move-out Letters

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As a rental property owner, you are expected to keep track of essential documents and will need to create a few yourself. Landlords are expected to write notices and other business letters, one of which is move-out letters. Move-out letters are necessary notices to send to your tenants just before the end of the tenancy. […]

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