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Dear Landlord Hank: Can A Rental Property Have Multiple Layers Of Sheetrock?

Can a rental property have multiple layers or sheetrock inside and is contractor right to replace it? That is this week’s question for veteran landlord, property manager and real estate investor Hank Rossi. Dear Landlord Hank: We hired contractor to fix big holes in the sheetrock of one of our rentals after tenant damage. It [...]

By | November 16th, 2018|Blogs, Education and Training, Landlord Hank, Marketing|0 Comments

Landlord Hank:  If a rental property sounds too good to be true it probably is

This week veteran landlord, property manager and real estate investor Hank Rossi discusses what can happen if a rental property deal sounds too good to be true. By Hank Rossi I am a real estate broker dealing in rental properties. A woman called saying she saw a property that had been listed for rent, but [...]

By | November 9th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: We Want To Give Tenants A Turkey As Thanksgiving Gift

If a landlord wants to give tenants a turkey as a Thanksgiving gift, what does veteran landlord, property manager and real estate investor Hank Rossi think of that? Find out in this week’s question. Dear Landlord Hank: With Thanksgiving approaching what do you think is an appropriate gift for our tenants? We were thinking about [...]

By | November 5th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: Would You Buy A Rental In Age-Restricted Community?

What type of rental community can work best for a landlord is this week’s question for veteran landlord, property manager and real estate investor Hank Rossi. Dear Landlord Hank, I am considering buying a nice two-bedroom single-story condo in a gated community with great amenities. The location is great too. The only downside I can [...]

By | October 16th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: Do You Have To Put Screens On Rental Property Windows?

Some cities are seeking more and more to regulate what landlords can do, and this week’s question is about whether a city could require screens on rental property windows. Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi weighs in on that question this week. Dear Landlord Hank: Our city is seeking to require landlords to place [...]

By | October 8th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank, Marketing|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: What Is Best Way To Notify Tenants When You Enter Their Rental?

When you need to enter a tenant’s rental, you have to give proper notice based on your state’s laws. But what happens when the tenant does not respond? Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi weighs in on that question this week. Dear Landlord Hank: What is the best way to notify a tenant you [...]

By | September 25th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank:  How Do You Handle Tenant Roommates And Guests?

How to handle tenant roommates and guests is the question this week for Landlord Hank on how he handles the situation as a landlord and property manager.  He is not giving legal advice, just how he handles it himself as landlord and property manager. By Landlord Hank: This is an on-going situation for most landlords, [...]

Dear Landlord Hank: How Much Is Too Much Junk On The Balcony, Patio, Deck?

Who decides when stuff on the balcony, patio or deck becomes just too much junk and requires action? Where to draw the line is this week’s question for veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi. Dear Landlord Hank: How Much Is Too Much Junk On The Balcony And The Deck? We have tenants always leaving [...]

By | September 10th, 2018|Blogs, Education and Training, Leases & Agreements|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: What Do We Do About Possible Drug Use In Our Rental?

  Finding out your good, long-term tenant may now be involved in drug use in your rental property can be a nightmare for a landlord or property manager. A good neighbor next door to your tenant has alerted you to a possible problem.  Veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi, who is both a rental [...]

Should I Sell Rental Properties In A Package Or Individually?

For the landlord deciding whether to sell rental properties, the question can be whether to sell them one at a time, or offer a few as a package to other investors. The answer depends on a variety of factors. Here are some suggestions to help you decide the best route for you from Richard 'Monty' Montgomery [...]

By | July 9th, 2018|Education and Training, News, Tenant|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: Tenants Have Cracked New Stove Cooking – Who Repairs It?

When a landlord replaces a new stove for a good tenant, and then the tenant cracks the new glass top, who pays to repair it? Each week veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi answers questions from other landlords and property managers around the country about their rentals. Dear Landlord Hank: I have tenants I [...]

By | June 1st, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord Hank|0 Comments

Dear Landlord Hank: Is An Old Drug Conviction A Big Deal?

Picking the right tenant for your rental often involves a tenant who is up front, and honest. This week a landlord asks, “Is an old drug conviction a big deal?” Each week veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi answers questions from other landlords and property managers around the country about their rentals. Dear Landlord [...]

Can I Say No Guns In My Rental Property?

Generally a private landlord can make a decision about whether to say ‘no guns’ in my rental property, unless a state  forbids landlords from banning guns, according to Denny Dobbins, general legal counsel and vice president of RentPerfect.com. By John Triplett State laws vary on the issue of what landlords can mandate regarding saying “no [...]

By | March 9th, 2018|Education and Training, Landlord, Legal Help, Tenant|0 Comments