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Collecting rental debt from a tenant who moves out is never fun for the landlords. Unpaid rent collection is an utterly frustrating task for the landlord especially when it is hard to locate a tenant who has run-away. There is a loss of money and waste of time in finding a runaway tenant to get the money back.

Don’t panic! Some mischievous tenant skips out rent and moves out. But there are some ways you can get the money back from your former tenant who moves out.

Read the article to discover the ways to get the money back.Read More »

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Every landlord has encountered a difficult tenant, with issues ranging from payment, property upkeep, or just general neediness. These are the tenants who make renewal decisions the most difficult. But the grass is not always greener on the other side. How can you decide whether to retain your difficult tenant for another rental term?

Whether you send them a lease renewal or a non-renewal document comes down to your long-term goal, the propertyRead More »

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More rumors surround the subject of eviction than perhaps any other rental topic. Landlords and tenants alike seem to rely on word-of-mouth information, which seems rather inappropriate considering that the eviction process follows fixed guidelines. States and local municipalities set these guidelines, and very few are identical. One feature of virtually all eviction laws is a requirement that landlords give tenants written notices before filing eviction court cases.

This is where thingsRead More »

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There’s nothing fiercer than a momma protecting her young, and this goes for birds as well as humans. And, while society’s view of animals - especially pets - has seen a remarkable shift in recent decades, the age-old conflict of unwelcome birds occupying man’s roof eaves, dryer ducts, and stove fan vents continues.

It’s no fun having to dislodge a nest of invasive English House Sparrows, let alone beautiful nativesRead More »

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Your new tenant just moved into your rental unit. He seems like a great guy. He has a sterling credit record and great references. The security deposit and first month’s rent check came two days early.

Not only that, when you stopped by to drop off an extra set of keys, the grass was already mowed, and the house looked cleaner than when he moved in!

Well, it’s time to getRead More »

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