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Critical Questions to Ask A Renter’s Personal References

By Devin Henry | October 9, 2020

As a landlord, getting high-quality tenants into your rental homes is crucial to your income, the growth of your business, and keeping your residence in tip-top shape to maximize its value for years […]

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Accessibility Features in a Rental Property

By Drew Maddox | September 4, 2020

Baby Boomers are quickly approaching retirement age, and with that change the United States is seeing a rise in the elderly population that will only continue for the next twenty years or more.  […]

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What is Rental Property Depreciation?

What Is Rental Property Depreciation?

By Devin Henry | September 1, 2020

Rental property depreciation is critical in helping a property owner maintain profitability from a depreciating house. Learn more about that here.

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Caring For Hardwood Floors in a Rental Property

Caring For Hardwood Floors in a Rental Property

By Devin Henry | August 31, 2020

With the right planning and maintenance, you can protect your rental property’s hardwood floors from damage. Learn more about maintaining your hardwood floors.

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Guide: Move-Out Inspection

By Devin Henry | August 26, 2020

When a tenant moves out, it’s important to assess the condition of the property to ensure your residential real estate is ready for a new tenant. That’s why a move-out inspection is so […]

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How to Avoid Rental Scams

By Devin Henry | August 14, 2020

Did you know that American renters have lost millions of dollars due through house rental scams? Not only that, but the Washington D.C. area is one of the cities most vulnerable to these scams. If […]

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Landlords Ultimate Guide to Month to Month Leases

By Devin Henry | August 3, 2020

Are you a landlord thinking about making month to month leases available for your properties? For many renters, month to month leases can be a convenient way to rent an apartment before committing […]

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Maintaining Good Air Quality in a Rental Property

Maintaining Good Air Quality in a Rental Property

By Devin Henry | July 10, 2020

There are many reasons why a tenant ranks air quality as essential in a rental property, from health issues to common allergies. Here are a few ways to maintain good air quality.

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Writing A Friendly Rent Increase Letter

6 Things to Know Writing a Friendly Rent Increase Letter

By Devin Henry | May 29, 2020

One of the most difficult tasks for a landlord is notifying them that their rent is going to increase. Here is how to write a friendly rent increase letter.

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Spotting A Fake Landlord Reference

Spotting Fake Landlord References

By Devin Henry | May 27, 2020

There is a thriving economy for false references in the rental world. The following tips are tried and true ways to spot a fake reference.

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Rental Property Summer Landscaping Tips

8 Easy Landscaping Tips for Your Rental Property

By Devin Henry | May 22, 2020

With the summer months fast creeping up, many landlords are turning their attention to landscaping. Try these tips to keep your properties looking their best this summer.

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