For many San Antonio homebuyers, closing day feels like the finish line. And while in many ways it is the culmination of…
You may have heard that Austin property investors are selling their rental properties in response to the eviction moratorium. The ban on evictions has left thousands of investors with no rental income and an inability to rent to tenants that have the money. If you’re wondering whether selling is a premature move, it’s not. For… [Read More]
Landlords have an overwhelming number of responsibilities for taking care of their properties. The last thing any landlord wants to deal with is a hoarder. Unfortunately, hoarders aren’t just fiction created for daytime television shows – they’re real, and they’re everywhere. If your tenant is a hoarder, you need to act fast before they permanently… [Read More]
No landlord or property manager in Houston is eager to face difficult tenants. Some renters constantly pay late, others damage the property. Most property owners have to deal with challenging renters eventually. This article provides vital information to make your difficulties easier. What Are the Most Common Types of Difficult Tenants? Effective applicant screening is… [Read More]
When a landlord offers a property for lease and an individual submits an application to rent the property, the application is either accepted or denied. When it’s accepted, the two parties enter into a lease agreement, which involves signing legally binding papers. This lease agreement dictates when a tenant is to move out and/or what… [Read More]
You bought your rental property as an investment to generate income. When a tenant can’t pay rent on time, it can set you back financially. If you rely on rent to cover your mortgage, you’ll need to dip into your savings account and that’s never a good situation. Currently, the world is experiencing the effects… [Read More]
If you’ve been a landlord for a while, you’ve probably noticed that tenants are extremely protective of their deposits. It doesn’t matter if the deposit is only $200 – tenants get upset when they don’t get their full deposit back.
When it comes time for your tenants to vacate the property, you want the process to go as smoothly as possible. A great move out process means that the tenants will adhere to the contract and leave you with as little to do as possible. The quicker this process happens, the faster you can get… [Read More]