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Interesting Property Management Links - 11/18/08 09:50 AM
Check out these cool Property Management Links: It’s getting cold outside. Know how to keep your units warm without breaking the bank. Want to know what your tenants are saying? Visit Tenants Together to see what tenants are talking about. The US Supreme Court recently handed down a decision regarding tenant-landlord law and the right to bear arms that all property managers should be aware of. Thinking about joining a local landlord association? Check out Landlord Groups to find your closest association. What are some common problems lessors encounter with their lessees? Check out these problems and tips on how to (0 comments)
One line from John Belushi’s character in the 1978 movie Animal House sums up the concerns many landlords have when it comes to renting to college students: Food Fight! While it’s true students can be hard on rental properties, many of the fears that people have are overstated. Sure, students can be demanding renters, but the disadvantages are often outweighed by the fact that college students represent a large pool of potential renters willing to pay top dollar. Consider the story of Steve Miller, a real estate investor who chose to (0 comments)
Handeling Security Deposits: How to Do It - 11/03/08 10:29 AM
This is an excerpt from the "Handeling Security Deposits" blog entry: Security deposits, and how they’re handled, may be one of the most misunderstood topics for landlords and property managers alike. Part of the confusion stems from the fact that laws regarding security deposits are different in each state. For example, many states have limits on how much the landlord can hold, but the amount can vary by state. Another example: some states require landlords to pay interest on security deposits while others do not. That’s why it’s important to learn the rules in your state. Mishandle a security deposit and (0 comments)
All things property management is a one stop destination for folks interested in learning more about managing real estate. Broken down into a variety of targeted columns, the information that you are looking for is easily accessible — from investing tips and best practices in The Intelligent Investor to the real-life dilemmas of property managers in Stories from the Front Lines. We’ve brought on contributing writers from across the country to share their respective expertise with you, whether you’re a landlord, a professional property manager, or an association board member. Your feedback, participation, and comments will help us deliver the information you need most. Feel free to contact us if you are interested in contributing.
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