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.
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.
Whether you are a new or long-time landlord, you can benefit from making sure you don’t overlook critical pieces of information that you should be including in your Residential Lease. This post goes through 10 things that you should consider...
Landlords can’t simply enter their tenants’ properties whenever they feel like it. Tenants have rights to privacy and quiet enjoyment, which means landlords can only enter the property under specific circumstances. Find out what those are in this blog post.