Recent Posts From The Landlord Gurus
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Selecting the tenants best suited for your rental property is critical for landlords. Failing to do so can mean unhappy tenants and an unhappy landlord, but also possibly lost revenue in unpaid rent, expensive property damages, or a costly and time-consuming eviction process. Read on to learn how to pre-screen prospective tenants to save time and find the right person for your rental: Best Pre-Screening Questions To Ask Potential Tenants
Once you have secured a tenant for your property, you will need to create and sign a lease agreement. Electronic signing of documents has become increasingly common in the real estate industry. In this guide, we’ll go over the pros and cons of having tenants sign leases remotely and help you determine how to navigate any issues or risks: Should You Have Your Tenants Sign Leases Remotely?
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