Thursday, May 26, 2022

Management & Maintenance

This department of Rental Housing Journal is your source for property management and maintenance information. Whether you’re an independent landlord, portfolio manager, on-site community manager, leasing agent or apartment maintenance professional, the site is dedicated to bringing tips, best practices and information to help make your job easier and keep you up to date and educated.

How often do you check for whether there’s an electrical problem in your rental property or whether you need electrical supplies?

9 Alarming Signs of an Electrical Problem in Your Rental Property

How often do you check for whether there’s an electrical problem in your rental property? Or whether you need some electric supplies? By Jeson Pitt Most people don’t  check until they face an electric failure. But...
The 7 Habits Of Highly Successful Property Managers

The 7 Habits Of Highly Successful Property Managers

What are 7 habits of highly successful property managers? Buildium.com did a webinar to explore 7 ways that property managers can better organize their daily routines while the chaos of property management problems rage...
Low Credit Score or No Credit Score Isn’t Always High-Risk For Rent Payment

Low Credit Score or No Credit Score Isn’t Always High-Risk For Rent Payment

Guaranteed rent companies like OneApp and Nomad accept the financial responsibility of applicants by providing upfront costs such as the rent deposit and first month’s rent and guarantees renters will pay each month. By Paul...
Renting during the moratorium ask Landlord Hank

Do You Know The 5 Questions Landlord Hank Asks Tenants When They Call?

Ask Landlord Hank is done each week by veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi who takes on questions each week from landlords and property managers. His goal is to help educate fellow landlords and...
Here are 4 benefits to creating value and building a great tenant experience for your residents in your rental properties

4 Benefits And Value In Creating A Great Tenant Experience

Here are 4 benefits to creating value and building a great tenant experience for your residents in your rental properties. By Phil Schaller A strong support system for your tenants can translate to a more profitable...
Fair Housing Advertising is essential to business but here is how to avoid common mistakes that can lead to violations for your rental housing business.

The Do’s and Don’ts of Fair Housing Advertising

Fair Housing Advertising is essential to business but here is how to avoid common mistakes that can lead to violations for your rental housing business. By The Fair Housing Institute Advertising is an essential part of day-to-day...
Rental housing owners can improve the financial well-being of residents by reporting residents' positive rental payments to credit bureaus

Improving the Financial Well-Being of Your Residents

Rental housing owners can help improve the financial well-being of residents by reporting residents' positive rental payments to the major credit bureaus which provides renters with a potent incentive to pay their rent on...
Here is a Seattle perspective from a property management expert on what is going on in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest with leasing and who is moving and why.

Spring 2022 Single-Family Leasing Market: Who Is Moving and Why?

Here is a Seattle perspective from a property management expert on what is going on in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest with leasing and who is moving and why. By Cory Brewer Our brokerage (Windermere Property...
What Are The Best Window Coverings For Your Rental Property?

What Are The Best Window Coverings For Your Rental Property?

Window coverings for your rental property can be important in attracting tenants, so the article from Keepe looks at three basic types of window coverings. It can be difficult to choose the best type of...
What If Tenants Lie About Having Pets?

What If Tenants Lie About Having Pets?

A landlord wants to know what to do if tenants lie about having pets in her rental property is the question this week for Ask Landlord Hank. Remember Hank is not an attorney and he...