Tag: landlord

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Setting Up a Month-to-Month Rental

Renting a suite to a tenant month-to-month is different than renting on a fixed term. Find out the basics of renting residential property by month in this post.

/ April 8, 2020
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Tenants: How to End Your Lease Early

Maybe you want to move into your significant other's place. Or maybe you just got a job offer in a different city, but you just renewed the lease on your apartment. Regardless of the reason—now you need to end your...

/ February 19, 2020
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Who Pays for Repairs in a Rental Property?

Home repairs aren’t usually cheap. If you’re renting your home, when damages happen, it can be tricky to determine who is responsible for paying for what. Protect yourself from unwanted costs by learning what is the tenant’s responsibility and what...

/ November 6, 2019

The Best Times for Landlords to Increase Rent

Landlords often review their rental prices to ensure they are staying competitive in the rental market. However, you should be mindful of when you’re increasing rent to ensure you don’t lose tenants. Learn more in this post.

/ July 3, 2019
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How to Avoid Liabilities as a Landlord

Landlords are responsible for making sure their rental properties are in good, livable condition. In this post, we identify a few important responsibilities for landlords that could result in legal troubles if neglected, delayed, or ignored.

/ December 6, 2018
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What is the Fair Housing Act?

The Fair Housing Act is a set of rules that prevents discrimination in housing. In this post, learn more about what the Fair Housing Act is and how it affects landlords.

/ November 8, 2018