Getting Rid of Popcorn Ceilings

      Popcorn ceilings were popular in the 1970s, and chances are you might own an older rental property that still has them. They are unsightly, and could potentially scare away potential tenants. If tenants are not scared away completely, you might have to drastically lower your rent price, which means you will bring in less income. Popcorn Ceilings… Read more →

Why do Gutters Matter?

Gutters are an important part of a building’s exterior. Badly-maintained gutters can result in basic roof damage because they pull away from the building, as well as in water damage to walls and foundation areas because rain and snow melt is not channeled away from the building. As the rental property owner, it is essential that the lease makes it… Read more →

Q4 Check In – Why Rental Property Investment is Still a Good Idea

Rental Property Investment Now is a good time to seriously consider investing in rental property. What matters is for current and would-be investors to understand the current situation and the long-term possibilities. When you know the whats and the whys you can make sound decisions about why investing in rental property is still a good idea. Let us begin with… Read more →

Questions Potential tenants May Ask Amidst COVID-19

COVID-19 and Your Tenants The COVID-19 situation is complex and fluid. Different states and municipalities often announce new measures. It is important for landlords and property managers to stay up to date with official announcements, so they can answer the questions potential tenants may ask while the COVID-19 restrictions are in place. It pays to have a written list of… Read more →