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“What should you expect from a tenant? What should the tenant expect from you?”

Jay Myers - Monday, October 22, 2012
Property Management Blog   This month’s article:  “What should you expect from a tenant?  What should the tenant expect from you?” Your goal is to have your tenants stay and pay.  If you offer a quality rental experience at a reasonable price, you will have lower turnover than other rental properties in your area. ...

“What is the definition of ‘ordinary wear and tear’?”

Jay Myers - Monday, September 17, 2012
Property Management Blog This month’s article:  “What is the definition of ‘ordinary wear and tear’?” Legally you are entitled to charge your tenant for damages beyond ordinary wear and tear.  But virtually all disputes over security deposits revolve around this elusive definition.  It’s your job to ...

“Money”

Jay Myers - Monday, August 20, 2012
Property Management Blog This month’s article:  “Money” If you only have a few rentals, you may be able to keep track of your tenants rent payments in your head.  But even if you only one, we would not recommend you rely on your memory.  Always track each rental payment in writing.  If your tenants pay by check...

“Should you manage your own rental property?” – Part II

Jay Myers - Monday, July 23, 2012
Property Management Blog This month’s article:   “Should you manage your own rental property?” – Part II       See the actual costs of our services below.       Many rental property owners possess the necessary skills and personality to efficiently and effecti...

“If I find a really good tenant, should I lower the deposit?”

Jay Myers - Saturday, May 19, 2012
Property Management Blog This month’s article:  “If I find a really good tenant, should I lower the deposit?” A resounding NO.  Do not lower or waive the security deposit EVER.  If the required funds to move in are too high, collect a reasonable portion of the deposit prior to move in and allow the tenant to pay the bal...

“What is possibly the biggest expense in rental properties?”

Jay Myers - Monday, April 23, 2012
Property Management Blog This month’s article: “What is possibly the biggest expense in rental properties?” VACANCIES! As a landlord, you must learn to hate this word. Let’s review thoughts on avoiding a vacancy. You need to fill your vacancies with good, stable, rent paying tenants as quickly as possible. And one of the best way...

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