Tagkeeping good tenants

TWiRP- Apr 11, 2015

What is going on this week in rental property? If you’re asking yourself this question then you have arrived at the right place. The Commercial Property Executive provide their three priorities of retaining tenants. Next, we see opportunity in the form of short-term rentals. With Airbnb and other short-term opportunities, legislation is taking shape. See more on these developments in our...

Keeping Good Tenants

So you’ve found the good tenant, but how do you keep them? Tenant retention is a good thing, and yes, offering certain perks and amenities can help. However, there are some good ways that you can keep them signing your lease, year after year. Vacancy cycles are bad for a number of reasons- of course, they happen, but there are ways that you can reduce them drastically. Begin early If you...

Avoiding The Bad Tenants

It’s the second week of the month and you find yourself yet again hearing why that particular tenant is late on the rent. You’ve been dealing with the city because every time they don’t mow the lawn for weeks, you get the notice. You’ve been here before and you know that the there will be huge mess being left for you, in addition to that security deposit being seen as last months’ rent.  You’ve...

Should You Pay Attention To Rental Bills?

In some areas, the utility company is a part of local government. What this means is, if one of the bills for that property goes unpaid, you could be subject to penalties not unlike forgetting to pay your taxes. In areas where things like water and sewer are provided as a part of the city government, if your tenant doesn’t pay: you could be the one in trouble. In some cases, an unpaid utility...

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