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 Tctimes brings an article into focus that offers a few tips on how to liven up your property in our third link. Fourthly, we visit The Orange County Register about lower and higher rents. Lastly, we look at channel 5’s news story on tenants. Everything you need to know below.
- Charles Lane, a landlord who solely rents to low-income renters, gives even those without government help the support they need for a second chance.http://www.zillow.com/blog/pro/landlords-help-low-income-renters-115091/
- To the dismay of landlords in the area, a Pataskala Ohio city council has refused to take efforts towards making stricter property maintenance code. What measures are really necessary? Is this an issue that needs solving?:http://www.newarkadvocate.com/story/news/local/pataskala/2015/04/15/city-dropping-property-maintenance-code-idea/25761957/
- Spring has sprung! What are you doing to maximize your properties’ landscapes?:http://www.tctimes.com/living/featured_sections/get-your-yard-and-landscape-ready-for-spring/article_349a44c6-e52d-11e4-84e3-23499d50bea9.html
- Lower vs. higher rents, which is better? How does rent fare vs. the take-home pay of Americans in certain areas:http://www.ocregister.com/articles/rent-658480-income-month.html?page=1
- Landlords: What you need to know about your tenants. Do you know your laws? These ideas could prove very helpful in dealing with different tenant related situations:http://www.wptz.com/landlords-what-you-need-to-know-about-your-tenants/32360348