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Heat is a necessity, a must have, a habitablity issue. We must supply our tenants with heat by any means necessary. Sure it may be more of an issue in 30 degree weather, rather than 60 degree weather, but homes are still occupied by older tenants, or babies, or even the warm blooded American that...
For vacant properties it is important for an agent/home owner to remember it is not summer time, and homes do not need the same treatment or lack thereof. We should make sure the water is either off and pipes are run until all water is out, or we need to visit the home a couple times a week turni...
For myslef, being home for the holidays gives me a chance to unwind, relax, and chat with my loved ones I missed throughout the year. I sit back and remember all of the cozy winter nights by the fireplace at our house in Wyoming. All the family sitting around talking about our seperate lives and ...
As we continue into the holiday season there are memories of holidays past that seem to last with us forever. More recently I was proud to be a part of an act of kindness from one of my clients. He asked me to refund rent to the tenant before the Christmas holiday so they would have a little extr...
The title of this blog may be a bit confusing. But an agent needs to be proper in a few ways. They need to consider that their client is the owner of a property, not the tenant. If the tenant has requests that only benifit them, or may hender the home or the business purposes of the owner, the ow...
To ensure proper screening of future tenants an owner/agent must set standards prior to advertising the property. This will avoid any possible claims of unfair screening and unfair denial of a tenant renting the home. This will also tell a prospective tenant up front that if they wish to apply fo...