Posts Tagged ‘ rent ’

Why a Tenant May Leave a Rental Property

Friday, November 30th, 2018
Why a Tenant May Leave a Rental Property

One primary reason people tend to leave a rental property is when the cost of renting becomes too high.

Often the industry fixates on the nightmare tenants and overlooks how great some tenants can be. When we get great tenants, it’s hard to see them go, but there are lots of reasons that they may choose to vacate a rental. Some of the most common reasons are detailed below with tips on how you might try to keep that great tenant in your properties. (more…)

4 Things to Know Before You Rent

Friday, April 20th, 2018
4 Things to Know Before You Rent

When moving into a rental property, the initial investment is usually much higher than just the first month’s rent.

Topics under the umbrella of real estate can be complicated, especially for first time renters. If you’re venturing out on your own and attempting to secure a rental property, there are some factors that you should keep in mind. Here are four things to know before you rent. (more…)

How To Raise Rent Without Losing Tenants

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Avoiding losing tenants just by raising the rent!

One of the most challenging parts that come with being a property manager is setting and raising the rent. Many property managers worry that raising the rent will result in good tenants leaving for other properties and an increased number of vacancies. Setting a rent price for your units is not as simple as looking at comparable locations and pressing a button. Here are just some of our best tips for raising the rent without losing valued tenants. (more…)