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Blog Post Do You Need a Rental Property Accountant?

Do You Need a Rental Property Accountant?

As a landlord, you have a lot on your plate. Between rent collection, maintenance bills, and taxes, it can be tough to keep track of everything.That's where a rental property accountant comes in! A rental property accountant can help simplify everything for you and take the s...
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Blog Post The Ins and Outs of Rental Property Inspections

The Ins and Outs of Rental Property Inspections

Overall renters pay a whopping $485 billion in rent every year.One of the most important responsibilities of a landlord is to conduct rental property inspections. This is to ensure that property maintenance is done promptly if needed and to inspect the property as a whole before ...
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Blog Post Your Easy Guide to Lease Renewals

Your Easy Guide to Lease Renewals

The ability to maintain reliable tenants is an important one for landlords. If you've done a thorough tenant background check, and it did its job correctly, then at the end of your lease agreements, you'll find that you have a lot of tenants you'll want to keep on.Rel...
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Blog Post Pets In a Rental Property: What You Need to Know

Pets In a Rental Property: What You Need to Know

Are you considering allowing pets in a rental property? This is a difficult decision for landlords because there are both pros and cons to consider. In many cases, allowing pets in a rental property gives you an edge over other landlords and could allow you to make more money by ...
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Blog Post Won’t You Be My Neighbor? 14 Things You Need To Know About Being A Good Neighbor

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? 14 Things You Need To Know About Being A Good Neighbor

Do you know who your neighbors are? According to the Pew Research Center, 57 percent of Americans say they know some of their neighbors. Whether you frequently talk to your upstairs neighbor or you only see your next-door neighbor on occasion, being a good neighbor is i...
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Blog Post Five Things Accidental Landlords Should Do Right Away

Five Things Accidental Landlords Should Do Right Away

In America alone, there are an estimated 48 million renter households. Many of these households are managed by large rental corporations or private individuals wanting to make some passive income. Becoming a landlord comes with a handful of duties no one warns you about, but...
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Blog Post What Should Your Tenant Portal Include?

What Should Your Tenant Portal Include?

Are you looking for a way to make managing your tenants easier?Having a tenant portal is a necessary part of running an effective property management business. Tenant portal services allow your tenants to complete many necessary actions without coming into the office. This frees ...
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Blog Post A Close Look at the Orlando Tenant Screening Process

A Close Look at the Orlando Tenant Screening Process

Many property owners looking for tenants don't know the tenant screening process in Orlando. They know about background checks but aren't up on the latest laws on which questions can get asked.Are you up on the Orlando tenant screening laws?This article will cover the thr...
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Blog Post What Landlords Need to Know About Eviction Protection

What Landlords Need to Know About Eviction Protection

In a recent report, about seven million people risk eviction because they can’t pay rent while three million are expected to follow suit in the next months. Most of these high numbers of unemployment are related to the COVID-19 pandemic.That said, one way you can avoid the ...
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Blog Post Rent Collection: What to Do When Tenants Don't Pay Rent

Rent Collection: What to Do When Tenants Don't Pay Rent

Whether you're a private owner, investor, or part of a REIT - Real Estate Investment Trust, you'll have to deal with collecting rent from your tenants. And, believe it or not, getting these payments can be one of the biggest challenges you'll face in the business.&nbs...
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