Posts Tagged ‘ Rental Properties ’

Long-Term Guests and Rental Properties

Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
Long-Term Guests and Rental Properties

Check out these tips on dealing with the fine line between guests and tenants.

As a landlord, you will most likely run into the problem of a guest who is staying longer than he should. It can be easy for someone to slip into a rental legally, but continue to camp out there longer than is comfortable. It is important to catch these incidents early on, to know the law, and to establish a guest policy before this issue ever happens. 


Spring Maintenance Tips for Rental Properties

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020
Spring Maintenance Tips for Rental Properties

Spring is here, and that means spring cleaning for property managers.

The spring season has arrived! The daffodils are blooming, the birds are chirping, and the bees and buzzing. As everyone emerges from their dwellings to enjoy the outdoors once again, property managers focus their energy at this time at the dwellings which they oversee. Property managers have various duties toward their rental properties when the warm seasons come round again. If you are a property manager, check out these spring maintenance tips below.


3 Steps To Take Shortly After Selling A Rental Property

Wednesday, May 10th, 2017
rental property sale

Selling a rental property requires extensive planning.

Oftentimes it simply makes sense to go ahead and sell a rental property you own. In fact, property owners sometimes need to free up some equity or finalized and completed a rent-to-own transaction, there is a myriad of reasons a property owner would have a desire to sell their rental property. However, it is critical that property owners understand what needs to be done right after they sell their rental property. Here are the proper steps every property owner needs to take after finalizing the sale of their rental property. (more…)

2 Ridiculously Amazing Reasons To Invest In Real Estate Near Colleges And Universities

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
real estate

Investing in real estate near colleges and universities is one of the smartest decisions you’ll make.

Real estate is a wonderful way to make extra money while simultaneously making a huge return on your initial investment. However, choosing the neighborhood of your real estate investment could be the decisive factor as to whether or not your investment will be a profitable investment decision for you. In fact, avoiding high-crime neighborhoods isn’t the only thing you need to watch out for, there are other critical aspects of a neighborhood that need to be considered before investing in real estate. On the other hand, choosing real estate projects that are close to colleges and universities can actually be a huge benefit and reap immense financial rewards. Here are just a few reasons you should consider looking at real estate locations in close proximity to colleges and universities. (more…)

The Best Way To Craft Rental Lease Agreements To Reduce Tenant Turnover

Thursday, March 9th, 2017
rental lease agreement

Creating a reasonable rental lease agreement is easier than you think!

Many real estate investors struggle to find the proper rental lease agreement for their properties. In fact, having a poorly executed lease agreement leads to rapid tenant turnover. Therefore, it is important for landlords to understand the best tactics they can use to construct a well-executed rental agreement that ensures tenant retention. (more…)

3 Ideas To Spruce Up Your Boring Rental Kitchen

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
rental kitchen

Loving your boring rental kitchen is easier than you think!

Whenever you are renting a space, your kitchen decor may be suffering. In fact, there is plenty you can do even as a renter to make your rental kitchen feel more like a place you want to spend your time in than a place that you avoid. Here are a few easy tips and tricks that can quickly brighten up and refresh your boring kitchen. (more…)

Renting a House versus an Apartment

Friday, March 4th, 2016
Renting a home or apartment

Now that you have decided it is time to rent another place, which will you choose: a house or an apartment?

For many people, buying a home is not an option at this point in their lives. Whether they have an unstable job, like to move around, or average credit, renting may be their only option. So the choices are narrowed down to renting an apartment. But what about renting a house instead? Let’s examine the choices and see which one is right for you. (more…)

Benefits of Using a Property Management Company

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016
Property Manage company

Don’t stress about the having an empty rental property, choose a property management company to get yours filled sooner!

Imagine making money on your income property without dealing with the dozens of frantic calls about burst pipes or tenants moving out constantly, losing you money. With Clagett Enterprise’s property management services, you won’t have to worry about any of those things. Need a few more reasons to hiring a property management company? (more…)

Planning Your Next Move

Friday, September 25th, 2015
Planning your next move

Make sure you aren’t left without a new set of keys when you give up your old ones. Plan your next move carefully!

You are offered a new job and have decided to sell your current house on the residential sales market and find a new home a few counties over. Great! You have a plan. But what are you going to do first: buy it or sell it? There are two different options you can start with when planning a move. But which one is better? Well, let’s talk about both of them! (more…)

What Makes a Good Rental Property?

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

What makes a good rental property?

If you plan on purchasing a rental property, you can’t just rely on location as your main selling point. Residential leasing can be tricky, but it is also a very lucrative opportunity. From selecting the right property management service to finding tenants, what are some of the factors to consider when establishing a good rental property? (more…)