Landlords are in the rental business to make money, not enemies of their tenants. Rent increases are a foreseeable aspect of every landlord-tenant relationship. Landlords know all too well that financially sound, long-term tenants are the most desirable tenants because they are lower-maintenance and cost less and are less time consuming than having to seek […]
Category Archives: Keeping Good Tenants
Here are five easy steps to follow in choosing a good tenant. Step 1: The first step in selecting a good tenant is to have all prospective tenants complete a rental application which collects information for the past three to five years. In addition to gathering information on employment, income, rental history, and references, the […]
In today’s mobile society, it is important to know who is occupying your rental properties. Occupants come and go, and they frequently offer far too little information about themselves, their past and present employment, and credit history. All landlords and property managers know that reliable tenant screening can save them trouble and money.
We, at LandlordAssociation.Org, are always looking for ways to help landlords get and keep good tenants. We are excited to announce that we recently discovered a service that both landlords and tenants have been asking about for years . . . a way to positively report on-time tenant rent payments so tenants can build positive […]
One reason many prospective real estate magnates hesitate to invest in rental properties is that they don’t think they will make good landlords. If this describes you, fear no more. Remember these five key points and you’ll have happy tenants and a healthy income stream. 1. Set a Reasonable Rent Set your rent based on […]