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Changing Property Management Market

Succeeding In A Changing Property Management Market (Guide)

As the world changes, the tactics that you use in your business need to change, too. Every year there are new rules, technologies, and trends to follow if you want to find success in the rental market industry. While some old techniques will prove to be tried-and-true, analyzing your business for potential improvements is always…Read More

how long does a landlord have to fix something

How Long Does A Landlord Have To Fix Something

If you are a landlord for an apartment building or rental property, then you know the pitfalls of the profession. Getting tenants in the building who will pay bills on time and who understand how much work you do can sometimes seem like too big of an ask when problems are constantly arising.  Well, when…Read More

what do you need to do when you change property management companies

What Landlords Must Do When Changing Property Management

Once you get into the habit of doing things a certain way, its easiest to just keep doing that same thing. We’re all creatures of habit, and the same can often be said about landlords working in the rental industry. Landlords might not even realize when to change property managers because the work they are…Read More

is a rental property considered a business

Is A Rental Property Considered A Business? What You Need To Know

If you’re a landlord that rents out a single-family home, a large apartment building, or even business space, you’ve likely wondered if your rental property is considered a business come tax time. It’s important to know that there are two classifications when it comes to rental property and taxes. You need to know this information…Read More

rental property repairs vs improvements

Rental Property Repairs Vs. Improvements

As a landlord, you’ve probably received a call when a tenant has told you there is a repair needed. These calls often come in the middle of the night, or when you’re trying to enjoy what little time off you have. Sometimes, the call will result in you as a landlord needing to make an…Read More

8 of the Best Free Property Management Softwares Available

8 Of The Best Free Property Management Software Available

I’ve spent enough time in the real estate industry to know what it’s like working as a landlord and a property manager. You have a million tasks on your list everyday and the work can be quite overwhelming. You have to keep up with collecting rent for every tenant, keeping tabs on who owes a…Read More

quick lease pro review

QuickLease Pro Review: Everything You Need To Know

If you’re a landlord or property manager, chances are you spend far too much time at work. Whether you’re busy scheduling showings, organizing leasing documents, or screening applicants, it’s a lot for just one person to handle. I was in that exact position earlier this year and that’s why I wanted to share with you…Read More

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TrueRent Reviews In 2019 – What You Should Know

Do you own commercial or residential property? If so, you may know that being a landlord or property owner is a stressful job. You have to keep track of paperwork, give showings on vacant units, handle a myriad of maintenance requests, and more! Who has the time for all of that?  I know I didn’t…Read More

propertyware vs buildium

Propertyware vs Buildium: Which Property Management Software Is Better?

It can be hard to keep track of all the information and paperwork that landlords and property management teams have. Thankfully, there are plenty of options when it comes to property management software that can help take a load off. I wanted to compare two of the most popular: Propertyware vs. Buildium.  No matter how…Read More

normal wear and tear

What Is Normal Wear and Tear, and How Do You Measure It?

Naturally, some problems will develop at your rental properties over time. The roof will wear out, the floors will lose their luster, and the walls will need to be repainted. Budgeting this normal wear and tear into the cost management of your property is key to keep your bottom line. But what happens when the…Read More