landscaping: Simple, Attractive Landscaping for Rentals - 08/29/12 03:21 AM
Simple, Attractive Landscaping for Rentals
When you have a rental property, you do always run the risk that the tenants will not effectively take care of it the way that you would. This tends to be even truer when it comes to the landscaping. You should try to protect your property by choosing low-maintenance plants that offer curb appeal, while still being hard to kill!
Choose grass based on the climate – if you live in a hot climate where you need to worry about the sustainability of certain grasses, simply eliminate them. In states like Arizona, rock and dirt lawns … (1 comments)

landscaping: Who Should Handle the Landscaping on a Rental Property? - 05/14/12 08:59 AM
Who Should Handle the Landscaping on a Rental Property?.
If your rental property is a single-family home, or any type of property that has an outdoor space, it is important to outline who is responsible for what when it comes to property maintenance. Often, yes, you do leave some of the responsibilities to your tenants, but you’ve got to think carefully about what you really want them to manage – otherwise, you may just have to kiss any curb appeal goodbye. So, think about the common landscaping tasks and weigh the pros and cons of having the tenant do it … (1 comments)

Zach Devine, AppFolio Property Management Software (AppFolio, Inc.)

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AppFolio Property Management Software

Goleta, CA

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