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Wondering About Home Warranties for Rental Properties?

By on April 16, 2018 in Education with 1 Comment
Wondering About Home Warranties for Rental Properties?

When you are buying a residential property, it is common sense to acquire a home warranty. Home warranties, like warranties for familiar products like tech devices, protect your investment for a certain amount of time, so if something serious breaks down, the costs of repairing or replacing it are less extensive. Typically, home warranties last […]

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The Facts About Fire Damage to Residential Properties

By on March 5, 2018 in Education with 1 Comment
The Facts About Fire Damage to Residential Properties

Almost nothing can be as frightening as the news that there’s a fire on property you own or manage. Once you’re assured that your tenants are safe and that the flames are out, you need to focus on the property to return it to a livable condition. Even if the structure itself is still sound, […]

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How to Help Your Tenants Protect Your Property

By on October 10, 2016 in Education with 0 Comments
How to Help Your Tenants Protect Your Property

Most renters move into a new place with the intention of keeping it clean and comfortable. Who’d want to live any other way? This mentality is a good thing for a landlord; you have a big financial investment at stake and you’re entrusting it to people who are pretty much strangers. In order to make it easy […]

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The Lay of the Lawn: Rules and Responsibility for Lawn Care

By on August 24, 2016 in Education with 14 Comments
The Lay of the Lawn: Rules and Responsibility for Lawn Care

Every year, new landlords expect their tenants to complete basic yard work, and every year, new landlords are disappointed. Most renters don’t concern themselves with outdoor maintenance; even if yard care is part of the rental agreement, few tenants understand the effort landlords expect to keep a yard looking attractive and vibrant. A particular point of contention […]

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