Rental Lease

Rental Lease

The lease signing is your real introduction to the tenant. This is your opportunity to set up the standards and outline what your expectations are during the time they live in your property. The lease is a legally binding contract. It is a formal contract between the...
Turning Applicants Into Tenants

Turning Applicants Into Tenants

Learn how to turn applicants into tenants The tenant onboarding process is the tenant’s first impression of you as a landlord. This is where your tenant-landlord relationship will start. Remember customer satisfaction is the key to any business and property management...
Increase the Value of Your Rental Property

Increase the Value of Your Rental Property

As a rental property owner, you are always thinking of ways to increase your property value. A simple way of increasing your property’s value is by enhancing your property. On a side note, we highly encourage that you always make repairs once a tenant moves out. This...
Financial Freedom Through Real Estate

Financial Freedom Through Real Estate

Today we are going to talk a bit on Real Estate. A very attractive feature of investing in rental properties is that the demand never ends. People always need a place to live, so you know that real estate is an investment that will last.  The first thing you have to...
Inspections: What to Look For

Inspections: What to Look For

Performing property inspections is an important part of being a landlord because you want to keep your investment in great shape. Lack of regular maintenance to your property could endanger its value. Even if you have a good tenant, routine inspections can help...
Reduce Vacancies

Reduce Vacancies

It is in your best interest to minimize the number of vacancies in your properties. You need to avoid vacancies because if a tenant isn’t paying rent then you are not receiving cash flow and you have to pay for the property’s monthly expenses. Ultimately you are...