Tag: lease

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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
How to Write an Eviction Notice

How to Write an Eviction Notice

If you need to write an Eviction Notice, it’s important to make sure that you are including all the information you need to. This step-by-step post guides you through the process of writing your notice so you don’t forget to...

/ September 13, 2018
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5 Tips for Renting to Someone with Bad Credit

Nearly 70% of Americans have impaired their credit before 30. Waiting for the ideal applicant could leave your rental unit empty and your property debts unpaid. Find out how to minimize the risks of renting to someone with bad credit...

/ October 25, 2017
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5 Things You Can’t Include in Your Residential Lease

Property and landlord-tenant laws can be a little tricky sometimes. There are some landlords and property managers who don’t construct their Residential Lease Agreements with complete legality because they either don’t understand the law or they are purposefully being unlawful....

/ June 22, 2017
The Perks of Pet-Friendly Properties

The Perks of Pet-Friendly Properties

Opening up your rental property to pet owners can bring benefits beyond the ability to advertise your space to a whole new market. Find out what some of the others are in this post.

/ July 19, 2016
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How to Attract Winter Tenants

It might be the perfect season for joy and good cheer, but it's the worst season for renting out a property. Find out how you can maximize your chances at finding a tenant during the holidays in this post.

/ December 3, 2015