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15 hours ago

What should #landlords watch out for if their #realestateinvestment is in a neighborhood with an #HOA? https://buff.ly/2o924I9

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How To Patch a Bathtub - Landlord Station

1 day ago

Bathtubs can be expensive and troublesome to replace in your rental. If the damage can be patched, you may even be able to do that yourself. Check out these DIY tips for patching your rental's bathtub:

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How To Replace a Toilet Seal - Landlord Station

2 days ago

A leaky toilet in your rental can cause a lot of damage if it gets out of hand. Water at the base may be a sign that the seal needs to be replaced. Follow these easy DIY from LandlordStation to repair that and protect your rental:

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5 Ways to Manage Your Time as a Property Manager/Landlord - Landlord Station

2 days ago

Time management is an important skill to learn, and it can help you get the upper hand on your rental business. Here's how:

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Should You Ever Accept an Applicant with a Past Eviction? - Landlord Station

3 days ago

The eviction process can be long, messy, and expensive. Landlords work hard to avoid them, but is a potential tenant with an eviction on their tenant screening record automatically a poor choice?

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How social media has changed the rental business - Landlord Station

3 days ago

Social media is a major part of so many businesses, and the rental business is no different. Check out how changes in technology have influenced property management and landlords:

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How are Credit Scores Calculated? - Landlord Station

4 days ago

A credit report is a vital part to your tenant screening process, and understanding that information is imperative. We've put together a brief overview on how credit scores are calculated.

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How To Seal an Asphalt Driveway - Landlord Station

5 days ago

If your rental has an asphalt driveway you may wish to add a sealant to that to protect it from ware and tear. Check out these DIY tips from LandlordStation:

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What Extra Measures Can You Take to Make Sure You Are Not Liable for Your Tenants’ Pets? - Landlord Station

6 days ago

Many landlords allow their tenants to keep pets in the rental, but you'll still want to make sure that you cover your own liability with those pets in the lease.

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How Can You Make Sure You're Financially Ready to Invest in Your Next Rental Property - Landlord Station

1 week ago

It's a big financial decision to purchase a new rental property. How can you make sure that you're ready?

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Avoiding Turnover in the Slow Season - Landlord Station

1 week ago

Turnovers are inevitable for a rental property, but a long time between tenants can cost you a lot of money. Check out these tips on how to avoid turnovers during the slow rental season:

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Verifying Income - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

How heavily should a potential tenant's income weigh on the tenant screening process?

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3 Tips to Verify Tenants' References Are Real - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

If a potential tenant has a rental history that might keep them from leasing from you, there's a chance that they may provide fake references. Make sure that you know how to verify who you are speaking with.

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Four Ways to Encourage Tenants to Treat the Property Like It's Theirs - Landlord Station

2 weeks ago

Not every tenant will treat your rental property like they would if they owned the place. If they trash it, though, you may be left with the bill. What can a landlord do to make sure that their renters treat the property with respect?

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NYC Rent Increase Guidelines - Landlord Station

3 weeks ago

If you are a landlord in New York City, you will need to know if you are limited on how much you may raise the rent.

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How To Seal Granite Countertops - Landlord Station

3 weeks ago

Check out these DIY tips from LandlordStation to seal a granite counter top in your rental:

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How To Patch Concrete Steps - Landlord Station

4 weeks ago

Do you have damaged concrete steps on your rental property? Check out these DIY tips on how to patch those up.

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4 weeks ago

If you choose to invest in specialized housing for your rental business, you'll need to make sure that you understand how the Fair Housing Act affects that investment and how you manage that property. https://buff.ly/2nc5x8v

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What to Do If Your Tenant Shuts Off Communication - Landlord Station

4 weeks ago

If a #tenant suddenly shuts off communication with their #landlord, it may be a cause for concern, but there may be a reasonable explanation. Check out these tips on how to approach a #renter that has gone silent:

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4 weeks ago

Will your mortgage allow you to move out of your home and turn it into a rental? https://buff.ly/2DNJ6Ox

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4 weeks ago

What should every landlord know about writing an adverse action letter to a tenant that they have turned down for the rental? https://buff.ly/2FT69Z7

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4 weeks ago

Winter is here, and you'll want to make sure you know how best to take care of your rental during the cold months before spring arrives. https://buff.ly/2DQOctG

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4 weeks ago

Check out these low-cash options for your next real estate investment: https://buff.ly/2FSdcB6

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4 weeks ago

It's a new year, so make sure that you have these three property management tools updated to help your rental business run smoothly: https://buff.ly/2mJl9jo

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Checklist for First-Time Tenants - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

First-time tenants may not know what they do not know about handling their first rental. LandlordStation has put together a checklist of good tips for your renters if they are new to leasing.

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5 weeks ago

Many landlords have to fight certain stigmas that have been pinned on them in the rental business, but the best way to do that is to follow these steps: https://buff.ly/2mKTQVQ

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Things to watch out for if your rental unit is part of an HOA - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

If you are looking to buy a new rental investment in a community with an HOA, you'll need to make sure that you do your due diligence on what you can & can't do under their rules. Otherwise, you may be setting yourself up for a headache moving forward.

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5 weeks ago

There are a few rental maintenance repairs that are considered emergency repairs that will need to be handled within 24 hours. A loss of hot water in the rental is one of those. https://buff.ly/2De3Kq9

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5 weeks ago

Your tenant has a right to have visitors over at the rental, but what are the limits? https://buff.ly/2DFkzev

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Online Tools to Help You Make Your Listing Stand Out - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

There are many online tools that can help you streamline your rental business and help your rental listing stand out above the rest. check those out here:

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5 weeks ago

It doesn't matter if you need routine maintenance or major repairs handled in your rental, it is imperative that you find and hire a trustworthy contractor. https://buff.ly/2refY0o

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5 weeks ago

It takes time and effort to obtain a real estate license, but if you're a landlord, you may find that it can benefit your rental business. If you're weighing your options and considering the license, you can read more about how it can affect your business here: https://buff.ly/2Dd0fQw

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What do you do when your tenants expect you to mediate their problems? - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

You may have a tenant that feels like you are responsible for mediating all of their problems in their rental, including issues with other tenants. What approach should a landlord take in this situation?

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5 weeks ago

A leaky roof in your rental can cause a lot of damage very quickly, so you'll want to get it repaired ASAP. Check out these DIY tips on how to patch up a leaky roof and protect your real estate investment: https://buff.ly/2mMtGmk

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5 weeks ago

When it comes time to purchasing your next rental property, is it better to invest in a brand new property or one that has already been lived in? https://buff.ly/2Djsr7X

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Marketing Effectively to Prospective Tenants - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

By knowing and understanding what your potential rental applicants are interested in you will be able to more effectively market your rental property and bring in the best fit for your next tenant.

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Who is Responsible for Rent If Your Tenant Passes Away? - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

There is no easy solution when a current tenant passes away, but as a landlord and property manager you'll need to find a way to handle the business side in the most respectful way possible.

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Working for Yourself as a Property Manager - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

If you've decided to act as your own property manager in your #rental business, make sure that you follow these steps:

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Everything You Need to Know About Renting Out a Single Room in Your Home - Landlord Station

5 weeks ago

Are you thinking of renting out a single room? Check out these tips to make sure you cover your bases:

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How to Lower the Cost of Managing Your Rentals - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

Keeping your costs low in your rental business will help you to bring in more money at the end of the day. Finding ways to streamline your process will help you do that.

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Avoiding Liens and Legal Issues When Buying a New Property - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

A great real estate deal may be too good to be tree. Make sure to watch out for liens and other legal issues when purchasing your next real estate investment.

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How To Patch a Large Hole In Drywall - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

You may expect a few small holes littered here and there when a tenant moves out. Most people will hang pictures and decorations to make the space their own, but what do you do if you walk in to find a much larger hole?
Check out these DIY repair tips:

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Top 5 Books All Landlords Should Read - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

Check out these books that all landlords should read to better their rental business:

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How do you legally terminate a contract with a property management company? - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

There may be a point in which you need to end your contract with a property management company. What should you know about approaching that situation?

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What to Do If Your Tenant Shuts Off Communication - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

It can be a real problem if your tenant cuts off communication with you. What are your options as a landlord?

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Should You Hire an Individual Property Manager or a Company? - Landlord Station

6 weeks ago

Is it better to hire a single property manager or a property management company?

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6 weeks ago

As a landlord, should you create a presence on social media?
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What You Need to Know About Refinancing a Rental Home - Landlord Station

7 weeks ago

Refinancing a rental property may not be quite as easy as refinancing your primary residence, but it can be worth it.

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How To Seal Sliding Glass Doors - Landlord Station

7 weeks ago

If your tenants are complaining about a drafty rental, check to make sure that the sliding doors on the property are properly sealed.

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