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TWiRP- Apr 18, 2015

Two weeks ago, we followed the Seattle rental market and a property manager’s response to the situation here (link 5). This week in rental property, we visit a man who is taking action. We then turn our attention to the Newark Advocate who brings us a story of a stubborn city council who are refusing to develop stricter property maintenance codes. Spring is around the corner, and...

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...

When Every Leaf is a Flower: Rental Property Landscaping Tips for Fall

Trees are a great amenity in a rental property landscaping plan, especially if they are planted in spaces available for residents to enjoy. Trees offer shade and room for recreation in green spaces, and when used with other colorful landscaping, make your property stand out year round. Most rental property landscaping tips show up on blogs like ours in the Spring, when planting and gardening is...

Let’s Think About Spring Landscaping Plans

Though it is some time off, you might be considering ways you can make your apartment complex a bit more attractive to prospective tenants. We’ve already gone into what you can do indoors, but what about curb appeal? Have you thought about the outdoor amenities that might also both benefit your tenants but also, bring in more?

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