Being a landlord can be a daunting task. Becoming a landlord that is organized, efficient, and maintains a great relationship with your tenants can be even more difficult. We have created the articles below (and many more) to offer some tips for landlords, property managers and owners of rental property. Please contact us if you have suggestions for additional articles, and we’d be happy to provide them.
Please check out the existing articles and tips for landlords below:
10 Myths About Web-based Property Management Software – Are you trying to decide between desktop based and web based property management software. Is the cloud safe for your valuable data? What is the truth about the difference? Read this article to find out!
Evicting a Bad Tenant – Evicting a tenant can be very time consuming and costly. Here are some tips that will make the process smoother and easier, and possible save you time and money in the long run.
Incentive Clauses for Your Lease – There is much more to having a tenant than just collecting rent. You can develop a good relationship with your tenants, and maybe they can help you market your other vacancies. Here are some tips to get your rent on time, and keep your tenants happy.
Also, if you are thinking about purchasing or changing your property management software, we have a special section which provides unbiased comparisons of the current web and desktop based software for property management. From this comparison check you will see the features and capabilities of each product on the market right now. You can check it out here.
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- Follow These Simple Tips For Handling Late RentPosted by Matt Boley on April 12, 2017 at 3:35 pm
Unfortunately, late rent is a fact of life. While you would like to think that all of your tenants will pay rent on time every time, this sadly is not always the case. This is not always a huge deal. We all know that “life happens” and rent can sometimes be delayed, even with the … Continue reading Follow These Simple Tips For Handling Late Rent → The post Follow These […]
- A Good Tenant Is Not Hard To FindPosted by Matt Boley on April 10, 2017 at 3:28 pm
If you have been a landlord long enough, chances are you have seen your fair share of bad tenants. You have likely dealt with late rent, domestic disturbances, noise complaints, perhaps even destruction of property. You might even be at your wit’s end, wondering where on earth you are going to find a stable, reliable … Continue reading A Good Tenant Is Not Hard To Find → The […]
- DIY Landlord Repairs Are Easier Than You ThinkPosted by Matt Boley on April 6, 2017 at 3:28 pm
If you are a landlord, then maintaining and repairing property for your tenants is a fact of life. Many landlords prefer to let someone else handle the necessary repairs–either superintendents or service companies. While this option can certainly free up a lot of time for the landlord, it can be quite costly. Consider increasing your … Continue reading DIY Landlord Repairs Are Easier […]
- Supplement Your Income With a Rental PropertyPosted by TF Webmaster on March 31, 2017 at 4:10 pm
Consider Investing In A Rental Property To Supplement Your Income In A Huge Way If you are looking for a surefire way to increase your income, maybe save some extra money for retirement, consider investing in a rental property. The idea might seem a bit overwhelming – perhaps you never envisioned yourself as a landlord … Continue reading Supplement Your Income With a Rental Property […]
- Help With Property Management ProgramsPosted by TF Webmaster on January 30, 2017 at 5:21 pm
Many property managers are frustrated with their software, because it is confusing and difficult to use. Others find it difficult to get assistance with their property management programs. Some property managers are reluctant to utilize property management programs and software for a variety of these reasons. The two primary reasons a property manager might be … Continue reading Help With […]
Follow the above tips for landlords, and you’ll have a better experience with your tenants. Be sure to let us know if you have any contributing material that will help other landlords! We would be happy to hear from you!