Are you wondering what to do with an evicted tenant’s personal items?

Now that your tenant has been evicted, you may have found their personal belongings are still in your property. The only question remains: when are you legally allowed to “evict” their personal items as well?

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Some tenant rights may not be explicitly put into writing, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. If you want to be a meticulous landlord, you must take the time to learn about implied covenants such as the "implied covenant of quiet enjoyment." The covenant focuses on making the tenant comfortable...

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As time goes on, renting a house is becoming a more and more popular choice among both young and middle-aged families. After all, homeownership is not right for everyone. Taking into account the benefits and advantages that a rental home can bring, it is no wonder that many opt for renting rather...

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How you price your rental property influences the type of renters you will attract, as well as the amount of rental income you receive. It is no surprise that many landlords struggle to determine just what that rental fee is. While a low rental price will appeal to many tenants, it will limit rent...

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8 Tips for Getting your Property Rent-Ready

November 5, 2020, 11:58 am

Did your tenant recently move out of your rental property?

When a tenant moves out, you have to start actively searching for a new tenant to fill your vacant unit. A vacant unit provides no income, so it's important that you make your property rent-ready so that it looks attractive and appealing t...

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