There is an overwhelming majority of Americans with furry friends - who may also be looking for a property to rent... As a landlord, if you do not allow tenants with pets, are you missing out on a large piece of the pie? Or is the wear and tear caused by tenants with pets not worth the hassle?
Everyone loves a fresh start. Your rental property should be no exception. Whenever an old tenant leaves and a new tenant moves in, your rental should be in a clean, tidy and ‘ready-to-rent’ state. We have highlighted the top 4 ways to prepare your rental property for incoming tenants.
Amongst the very first things you need to do when you invest in a rental property as an independent landlord is to work out how much you should be charging for rent. Charging a competitive price that isn’t too cheap is a fine balancing act.
It doesn’t matter if you are new to the rental market or a seasoned landlord, the importance of a thorough screening process when vetting tenants should not be underestimated. So what’s the trick to finding trustworthy and reliable tenants?
Troublesome tenants - you know the ones…They never seem to pay rent on time, host ruckus parties twice a week and give a new meaning to the phrase ‘wear and tear’. We have compiled our top tips for landlords dealing with tricky tenants so that you can handle tenanting issues like a true LandlordBoss.