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My Top Landlord And Property Management Mistakes

Landlord and property management mistakes are something  veteran real estate owner and investor Larry Arth has lived first-hand. He has been a landlord at different times in  his real estate career, and offers his thoughts here on landlords, investors, property management and what he has learned from his mistakes. By Larry Arth As any investor [...]

By | March 8th, 2017|Blogs, Education and Training|0 Comments

Do Tenants Normally Interview Me As A Property Manager?

Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi takes on questions each week from landlords and property managers around the country. His goal is to help educate fellow landlords and property managers on issues he has seen in his 30 years in the business. This week the question from a property manager is about what questions [...]

By | March 7th, 2017|Blogs, Education and Training|0 Comments

5 Questions Landlord Hank Asks Tenants When They Call

Dear Landlord Hank Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi takes on questions each week from landlords and property managers around the country. His goal is to help educate fellow landlords and property managers on issues he has seen in his 30 years in the business. This week the question from a property manager is [...]

By | January 19th, 2017|Blogs|0 Comments

7 Things To Check Before You Raise Rent

When to raise rent is a question many landlords ask themselves. Sometimes it comes up when a tenant leaves. Other times it comes up when a landlord gets an increase in taxes or insurance. Veteran investor and landlord Larry Arth takes on the issue here: By Larry Arth Rents have been increasing and it is [...]

By | December 2nd, 2016|Blogs|0 Comments

3 Safeguards Landlords Should Consider When Renting To Roommates

Renters who are strangers and yet will be roommates can present landlords a challenge when leasing rental housing. Here are 3 safeguards to consider when renting to these types of occupants. By Ellen Calmas While individual renter households represent the highest volume growth since 2007, non-family roommate renter households have grown at almost twice the [...]

By | November 11th, 2016|Blogs, Screening|0 Comments

How Much Do Property Managers Charge And How?

About 1,500 property managers across the country participated in a survey in the summer of 2016. The survey results contained six key findings, including how much property managers charge and how. By John Triplett ARPOLA Property managers across the country in a recent survey were asked, “How do you charge in property management fees? As [...]

By | November 9th, 2016|Blogs, Property Manager|0 Comments