Manage the Coming Delinquency Wave

November 25, 2022

Rent Affordability is a Big Challenge for Rental Industry High rising home prices, costs of living, and rent prices are making life uncomfortable for tens of millions of Americans. Unaffordability and homelessness are issues that touch all communities, landlords and residents. Rents aren't falling yet wages and employment are questionable. With no real lasting solutions…

  • Lease Agreement 101 - Tenant Evictions

    September 26, 2022

    Tenant Evictions As Covid era renter protections end and many renters face paying huge amounts of due rent while not paying current rent, we can expect a surge in evictions. Tenants are often fearful to hear the word of “lease termination” or “eviction’. Yet a landlord can indeed terminate the lease agreement if the tenant…

  • Eviction Starts with Proper Documentation

    September 23, 2022

    Eviction Starts with Proper Documentation When a tenant cannot or will not pay their rent, owes a lot of rent to the landlord, or breaks with the lease agreement, a landlord is legally entitled to regain their rental property and move to vacate the unit. We can call this the eviction process. It's important for…

  • Property Management Atlanta Georgia

    Atlanta Property Management Given the laws against rent controls, rising rents, and the improving economy in Georgia, owning rental properties in Atlanta is a great way to invest for profit. Like most other US metro housing markets, Atlanta is hot. Yet owning rental properties and earning a profit aren't necessarily coincidental. In fact, as more…

  • How To Choose the Best Tenants

    July 03, 2022

    7 Step Process to Choosing Good Tenants Many small to large scale landlords might agree that tenant quality is the lifeblood of most rental property investment strategies. Yet how many rental property managers have a thorough process to filter in the best candidates? A good process that begins with knowing who a good tenant is…

  • Renters Not Confident Going Forward

    September 09, 2021

    Putting 2020/2021 in the Rear View Mirror The last 14 months have been a difficult time for many small business landlords with little government support while communities rely on landlord's financial strength. Given the situation, there's only two thing's you can do now.  Collect the rents you're able to, enforce your legal rights, and adopt…

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