It’s that magical time of year again! No, it’s not Christmas this time, what I meant to say is that it’s that time of year when you drive home, look at your house and nitpick all the things you want spruced up and modernized. A majority of us love our home, but all of us have that one thing we want to change. It could be the crown molding or maybe the entryway, but regardless, we all want something fixed.
We all love getting festive during the winter holiday season. It warms our hearts to see tenants decorating their patios and balconies for Christmas, getting more and more competitive each year to win the best decoration contest and months of bragging rights. Many of us, perhaps even most of us, look forward to this season year round.
With today’s sight on social media, the idea of friendly relations with a vast amount of people has become widely important within our functioning society. However, as wonderful as it may sound, we simply can’t “befriend” everyone worldwide (and nor would you want to, because that task is extremely daunting). Nevertheless, just because someone is not on your friends list doesn’t mean you still can’t be civil, friendly, and maintain a decent association with them. Given these relationship circumstances, one such affiliation comes to mind: Landlord and Tenant.
There are several strict regulations to follow if you want to become a princess. According to the patterns of Disney, you must be a beautiful woman in a state of bizarre distress, be rescued by some unknown hero, and be whisked away into the sunset to live in the most glamorous castle you could ever desire.
I can be as big of a worrywart as Marlin the clownfish in Finding Nemo. It seems silly that an aquatic animal should be afraid of the ocean, but in reality, most of us are frightened of the environment we live in.
Why is this? Perhaps it's because we could be happily floating along in our pink sea anemone when a huge barracuda takes everything we worked hard for in a single chomp (spoiler alert for anyone who hasn’t seen the film).
Are you a property owner or property manager trying to prepare a lovely for a new tenant? Are you a tenant, trying to make sure that you get your entire deposit back? If you have answered to either of the previous questions, then this article for is for you. Renters- even minor damages can make the biggest different when it comes to getting your deposit back. Property owners- even minor fixes can take your property to the next level of worth! Here are a few small fixes that you can do yourself and save some time and some money! (There are even videos to help make the process super simple!)
When you bought property, you were probably thinking, “Yeah, I think that this is a great investment,” and you were probably right. But I bet that you weren’t thinking about all of the other responsibilities that owning property would come with.
One of the most tedious parts of being a property manager is finding quality tenants. Putting up a posting for an available apartment can seem easy, but it can be hard to know exactly what information you need to include. You also want to be sure that you draw the eye of the best tenants possible. Here are a few ideas for how to make the most of your property posting:
Everyone wants their deposit back, but not everyone knows just how to do it. Here’s what you need to know:
Choosing the right tenants is a tough job. After all, they are living in your home and you want them to take care of it. It can be difficult to tell who is reliable and responsible without putting in the right amount of work. Here are a few mistakes that property owners often make when screening potential tenants that results in them having terrible occupants on their property.
When it comes to renting a house, the competition can be fierce. The best landlords do what they can to find the best tenants for their properties. It is important that you do what you can to set yourself apart from the competition. If you qualify for a rental house, but you have now idea how, Here are a few things you should remember when it comes to increasing your chances for approval: