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Rental Property Fixes for More Curb Appeal

In the book “Managing Rental Properties for Maximum Profit,” author Greg Perry recommends treating a rental property as you would a property you’re trying to sell. Using rental property fixes to establish a clean and tidy appearance attracts better tenants and garners higher rent. Never underestimate the power of curb appeal to get the best return on any investment you make in...

5 Maintenance Practices Property Managers Ignore at Their Peril

Successful property maintenance involves more than just collecting rent and paying the mortgage each month. Five important areas to keep maintained properly include the appearance the property, entrances and exits, building systems such as HVAC, plumbing, and electricity, pools and hot tubs, and the roof. Costs for upkeep, losses and repairs make ongoing maintenance vital to keep any property...

How to be a Great Property Manager

There is a common thread running through people who achieve greatness. Alexander the Great and Robert E. Lee were the smartest military strategists ever, Muhammad Ali and Rocky Marciano were two of the greatest boxers in history and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven were the most exceptional composers of all time. Their commonalities were undoubtedly passion for their work, loyalty...

5 Tips to Make Renting Your Property a Success

In today’s economy, it has become more and more popular to rent out a home. Whether you are becoming a property manager for client’s investment properties or just cannot sell your own home at this time, we wanted to offer a few tips to make your rental a success. 1. Document, Document, Document – We all wish we could still do business with a handshake, but it is wiser to put...

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