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TWiRP- Mar 28, 2015

Picture this: your tenant does something HUGELY disastrous, and pandemonium ensues. What do you do? This week in rental property we peer into the looking glass of disaster. Nobody wants to entertain the thought of catastrophe, but it is inevitable. Whether its a fire breaking out or a bomb threat, as in our first two articles below, it is always a good idea to have precautions put in place for...

Social Media Was Made For Business

It’s not a stretch to say that social media has radically changed how we communicate. With the click of a mouse or the tap of a touchscreen, we can reach, convey ideas, and share information to so many people at once. For some people, mediums such as Facebook and Twitter are preferred methods of communication over even phone calls and email. Being able to tweet a status or post a video may...

7 Red Flags for Prospective Tenants

If you’re planning to rent out your home, proceed with caution as you interview prospective tenants—a bad renter could ruin the experience of an income property. Watch out for these seven red flags so you don’t get caught in an unfortunate rental situation. Your tenant can’t prove employment.  Check tenant employment by asking for a paystub or W2. Request a bank statement if...

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