How to Make Your Rental a Safe Place - Landlord Station

7 hours ago

Security should always be a high priority in your rental business. You will need to keep your investment safe, your tenants safe, and so much more. Check out these tips here:

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What You Can (and Cannot) Do When a Tenant Doesn't Pay Rent - Landlord Station

13 hours ago

It can be a real problem when your #tenant stops paying #rent. You are providing a service (a home for them to live in), but aren't getting paid. It's frustrating, but make sure that you don't overstep your legal boundaries.
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What Does the Eviction Process Really Cost You? - Landlord Station

19 hours ago

Evictions cost you in time, money, and stress, but just how much can they actually cost you?

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What Landlords Should Know About Adverse Action Notices - Landlord Station

1 day ago

#Landlords hope for many qualified #rental applicants when they post their property for rent, but that will mean that you'll need to turn some down. Check out these tips about providing them with an #AdverseActionNotice:

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Local Evictions - Landlord Station

1 day ago

The #eviction process is stressful no matter where you are, but depending on the location of your #rental property, you may find that the local laws are a bit different from city to city. Make sure you're aware of those differences before jumping in.

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1 day ago

What points should every #landlord make sure that they research during a #tenantscreening for a potential #renter?

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Are Tenants Protected Against Owner Move-In Evictions - Landlord Station

2 days ago

As a landlord, you probably don't expect to need to move into your rental property, but there are times when you or an immediate family member may need a place to go without much warning. If this is the case, you'll need to make sure that you are following the letter of the law.

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Avoiding Scams - Landlord Station

2 days ago

There are many types of scams that a landlord should watch out for, but they aren't all on the tenants' side. Make sure your rental property isn't used to scam someone else.

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Landlord obligations if you provide information to credit reporting agencies - Landlord Station

2 days ago

As a landlord you may or may not choose to actively submit information to the credit agencies. If you do choose to report credit information to them, you'll need to understand where your responsibilities lie.

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Is raising rent the best choice for you? - Landlord Station

3 days ago

There are some landlords that choose to raise the rent with each new lease signed while others only raise it every few years. Check out these tips to make the best choice for your business:

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The LandlordStation Guide to the Legal Do’s and Don’ts of Screening Tenants - Landlord Station

3 days ago

There are many legal do's and don'ts in the rental business, and you'll want to make sure to stay on the right side of the law all the way through. It starts with the tenant screening process.

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Is Your Rental Ready for Winter? - Landlord Station

3 days ago

Winter is almost here, and the cold weather has already made it to many parts of the country. Is your rental ready?

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What's Better than Passive Income? - Landlord Station

4 days ago

When it comes to active vs passive income, you'll need to be well-versed as a landlord so that you know how to approach your taxes each year.

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9 of the Most Ignored Red Flags in Tenant Screening - Landlord Station

4 days ago

There are some things in a screening process that you can overlook if the circumstances are just right, but we've put together 9 red flags that you must not ignore if you are looking for a great tenant to fill your rental. Make sure that you do your due diligence and protect your investment.

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10 Options to Encourage Good Tenants to Stay - Landlord Station

4 days ago

When you find that fantastic tenant that fits your rental property well, you won't want to let them go. Check out these 10 options to encourage great renters to stay:

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How to Research Local School Districts - Landlord Station

5 days ago

When you purchase a rental property you will want to make sure that you make it accessible for a wide range of tenants so that you may choose the best applicant(s) that you receive. A lot of research goes into a real estate investment purchase, but one point you'll want to make sure not to gloss over is how the local school district that the rental is located in matches up.

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5 Golden Rules to Create Model Tenants - Landlord Station

5 days ago

You shouldn't settle for tenants that won't pay rent on time or trash your rental. Make sure to bring in the best fit for your property by following these rules:

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Four Must-Haves for New Landlords - Landlord Station

6 days ago

There's a learning curve to becoming a landlord. It may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but LandlordStation has you covered! Check out these great tips we've put together for new landlords to make sure you start off on the right foot:

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Finding Good Targets for Holiday Advertising - Landlord Station

6 days ago

Summer months tend to see heavy turnovers in the rental business while the holiday season runs a bit slower. That doesn't mean that it's impossible to find good, quality tenants at the end of the year.

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Positive Prospective Tenant Signs - Landlord Station

1 week ago

A landlord should know positive signs to look out for during the tenant screening process as well as negative to make sure they accept the best tenant for their rental.

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5 Warning Signs When Evaluating Prospective Tenants - Landlord Station

1 week ago

Tenant screening is one of your first lines of defense as a landlord, but that is only if you know what you are and are not looking for in a tenant. We've put together five top warning signs that you should be wary of if they show in your screening process.

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Which Specialized Housing Should You Invest In? - Landlord Station

1 week ago

When it comes to investing in real estate, you have many options. You may invest in a single-family home or a multi-family, such as a duplex or an apartment complex. Another option you have is to choose to invest in specialized housing. If you're uncertain what all comes with investing in specialized housing, we've gathered a few tips below:

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What Do You Do When an Applicant Does Not Have Any Landlord References - Landlord Station

1 week ago

You may have a rental applicant that cannot provide any previous landlords for the reference portion of the screening. There are many valid reasons that they may not have this information to give, but that still means that you'll need to make some adjustments in your tenant screening procedures.

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How To Ensure You Can Back Up Your Deductions When The IRS Comes Knocking - Landlord Station

1 week ago

As a landlord you will want to take certain tax deductions to help offset expenses where you can, but you'll need to be able to back these up, especially if the IRS conducts an audit.

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How Landlords Can Minimize High Turnover Rates - Landlord Station

1 week ago

If you find that you often are between tenants, you may have a higher turnover rate than you should. Check out these tips from LandlrodStation to keeping those low:

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How Technology Has Changed Landlords' Jobs Forever - Landlord Station

1 week ago

The world around us moves quickly now and technology can help you keep up with it. Choosing the right apps and platforms for your rental business will help you stay on top and ahead of the competition.

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Using the Internet To Find Former Tenants Who Don't Want to be Found - Landlord Station

1 week ago

When a tenant disappears without a trace it can be difficult to collect back rent or other monies owed.

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How to Prevent Getting Sued by Your Tenants - Landlord Station

1 week ago

No one wants to be sued, especially not by their tenants. Part of protecting yourself and your rental business comes down to preparation.

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Common Maintenance Issues and How a Landlord Can Resolve Them - Landlord Station

1 week ago

Maintenance on your rental property is a guarantee for any landlord, so you'll need to be prepared to tackle the most common repair problems in a timely fashion.

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How To Replace a Fuse And Reset Your Breakers - Landlord Station

1 week ago

If the power goes out in part of the rental, it could easily be a blown fuse. That is a relatively easy fix that you can perform yourself. See how blow:

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Lucrative Landlord Locales - Landlord Station

1 week ago

If you're looking for a great place to purchase your next rental investment, LandlordStation has put together three amazing cities that can help you bring in top dollar for your rental. Check those out here:

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List of Landlord Tax Write Offs - Landlord Station

1 week ago

Taxes are just another expenditure that you'll need to work into your budget, but we've put together a list of write offs that every landlord should look into in order to cut down on your money going out.

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How to Review a Landlord Letter of Recommendation - Landlord Station

1 week ago

You may have an applicant for your rental that provides you with letter from their current landlord as a reference.

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Examples of Being a Negligent Landlord - Landlord Station

1 week ago

Part of becoming a landlord is a commitment to doing it right. We've put together a set of tips to help you stay on the right side of things and avoid any claims of negligence on your end.

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How to Clean a Hoarders House - Landlord Station

1 week ago

There are messy tenants, but you may find that you've had a hoarder as a tenant and this will take a bit more work to get the rental cleaned up and ready. Check out these tips to tackle the project:

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What is the Ideal Rent to Income Ratio for a Tenant - Landlord Station

1 week ago

A potential tenant will likely provide you with their income when they fill out an application for you, and while that income may cover the rent amount, you'll need to make sure that that isn't all it covers. They will be responsible for other bills and other commitments beyond the rent that they owe you, and if their income doesn't cover that they may fall behind.
The real question becomes: how can a landlord decide what rent to income ratio they should require?

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How to Report a Judgement to Credit Bureau - Landlord Station

1 week ago

A delinquent tenant can cause a landlord a lot of trouble, so it's natural that you'd want to help any future landlords avoid one that you've had to suffer through. A great way to do that is to make sure that a judgement is correctly reported to the credit bureau. Here's how you do that:

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Writing the Perfect Welcome Letter to Tenant From Landlord - Landlord Station

1 week ago

A welcome letter can help to set the tone of the relationship between you and your tenant. It will help detail out the most important aspects of the lease terms that they need to be aware of and make sure that everyone stays on the same page.

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Landlord's Guide to Setting the Life of a Carpet - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Tenants can be hard on your rental's carpet. While the cost for damages can be deducted from a security deposit, you'll need to be careful that you aren't deducting from one tenant for what another tenant did. We've put together some guidelines to setting the life of your carpet so that you have a better idea what to expect.

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How to Fix a Leaky Toilet Tank - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

A leaky toilet can cause a lot of damage. Not only will it drive your tenant's water bills up, but if it is leaking onto the floor, it will cause water damage to your rental if left long enough.
Don't let a relatively small and easy to fix task grow into something worse. Check out how to fix a leaky toilet here:

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5 Ways Being Responsive to Tenant Issues Helps with Retention - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

When you find a tenant that fits your rental well, you'll want to take care of them. Learning to be responsive to their needs can help encourage your tenants to stay with you through the next lease.

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How To Lower Property Taxes - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Taxes are another expense that landlords have to work into their budget, but if you could take a way a bit of that expense, why wouldn't you? Check out these tips for lowering your property taxes and easing the financial burden on your real estate investment:

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How To Price Rental Property - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Finding the right price for your rental property could be the difference between finding that amazing tenant and losing them. If you ask too much for rent, the applicant may move on, but price it too low and they may worry that it's a scam.
Check out these tips on how to find that sweet spot to price your property at:

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Can Landlords Dispose of Abandoned Property? - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

You may have a tenant that leaves some of their belongings behind after their move. This can seem like a real pain, but you don't want to just toss it all in the garbage. Check out these tips on how to handle abandoned property:

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How to Find Which Local and Federal Laws Apply to Your Property - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

There are both federal and local laws that will dictate certain aspects of your rental business. You'll need to be diligent to make sure that you stay on top of these laws and any changes that are made so that you don't find yourself in legal trouble.

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Residential Lease Documents Explained - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

You may choose to purchase a residential lease document only to find that you're uncertain about part of the document. We've put together a guide to better help highlight sections of the lease that you should take a look at.

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5 Tips on How to Handle Needy Tenants - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

You may have a tenant that needs a bit more attention than others. They always have something that needs to be fixed or addressed, and they may have more complaints than other tenants. You should never ignore your them, but you will need to find a way to balance their needs and their wants.

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Service Animals in No-Pet Buildings - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Some landlords choose to make their rental properties pet-free zones, but you may have an applicant with a service animal that you will need to take into consideration.

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5 Property Management Tasks Worth Delegating - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Time management is a necessary skill for any landlord or property manager, and one way that you can better manage your time is learning how to delegate certain tasks. Check out these top 5 tasks to delegate and how to do just that:

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Pressing the Time Management Button on No Show Tenants - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Time is a valuable resource in the rental business, so when you make an appointment with a potential tenant, you'll need for them to be on time.

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