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Dear Landlord Hank: Running Children Upstairs Disturbing Downstairs Tenant What Do We Do?

Running Children Upstairs Disturbing Downstairs Tenant What Do We Do?

The problem is back, again, with tenant complaints about noisy, running children. In this week's Ask Landlord Hank question he deals with children upstairs distributing downstairs tenant and offers some advice. Remember Hank is...
Multifamily rents leveled off nationally as the apartment supply pipeline has counteracted ongoing strong demand, Yardi Matrix says

Strong Delivery Of New Apartments Levels Off Rents

Multifamily rents nationally have leveled off as a strong apartment supply delivery pipeline has counteracted ongoing strong demand, Yardi Matrix says in the January Multifamily Housing Report. The national average asking rent was unchanged at...
The Oregon Supreme Court has reduced a $20 million jury award against a landlord, calling it a “grossly unfair” amount of money,

Oregon Supreme Court Reduces Jury Award Against Landlord

The Oregon Supreme Court has reduced a $20 million jury award against a landlord, calling it a “grossly unfair” amount of money, according to reports. According to the lawsuit, a tenant, Robert Trebelhorn, hurt his...
Arizona lawmakers have advanced Senate Bill 1439, which would bar landlords from dog breed discrimination against dogs such as pit bulls and German Shepherds pictured here

Arizona Bill Seeks to Stop Landlord Dog Breed Discrimination

Arizona lawmakers have advanced Senate Bill 1439, which would bar landlords from dog breed discrimination against certain dogs such as pit bulls and German shepherds. For landlords who allow dogs on their properties, Senate Bill 1439...
Require renters insurance as it solves a lot of problems when there has been a fire or when someone has been hurt on your property

The Easiest & Least Expensive Small Landlord Hack: Require Renters Insurance

At Anderson Insurance Group, we have been through experiences where landlords call, their rental property has been involved in a fire, their tenant has nowhere to go, no coverage for their “stuff,” and the...
Senate Bill 1069 brings the Oregon Residential Landlord and Tenant Act more into the 21st Century making changes to written notice and more

SB 1069 Brings Oregon Residential Landlord/Tenant Act Into the 21st Century

Senate Bill 1069 brings the Oregon Residential Landlord and Tenant Act a bit more into the 21st Century as it makes changes to written notice, service of final accounting and more. By Bradley S. Kraus Attorney...
Here are the 7 most important preventative rental property maintenance steps to protect your rental property investment and keep tenants happy.

7 Important Rental Property Preventative Maintenance Steps

Here are the 7 most important preventative rental property maintenance steps to protect your rental property investment and keep tenants happy. By Bri Hilton A survey shows 64 percent of respondents said their landlord was slow...

Oregon Bill Seeks To Restore 60-Day Grace Period For Evictions

An Oregon Senate bill seeks to require landlords to extend notice periods and restore the 60-day grace period for evictions for nonpayment of rent which were part of the pandemic protections. The bill, SB 799,...

What Rental Property Managers Can Learn From E-commerce

What can rental property managers and owners learn from e-commerce giants to help renter experience? Here are some things to think about. By Rachel Richardson What can properties learn from e-commerce giants like Amazon?  Owners and...
The White House hosted a first of its kind virtual Eviction Reform and Eviction Prevention Summit in early August so here is a summary from the National Apartment Association (NAA).

Key Takeaways from White House Eviction Reform Summit

The White House hosted a first of its kind virtual Eviction Reform Summit in early August so here is a summary from the National Apartment Association (NAA). By Sam Gilboard National Apartment Association The White House and...