March 5, 2020

Navigating New Rental Rules

Thank you for signing up to receive updates from the Landlord Gurus! We have recently posted the latest installment of our series on rental property management software providers as well as a primer on new rental laws around the country. We also have a free property maintenance checklist you can download to help avoid costly repairs. In case you missed it:

Property Management Software – Buildium:

There are many property management software platforms out there, each promising different features. Here’s everything you need to know about Buildium so you can decide if it’s right for you as a landlord: Buildium Property Management Software Overview

Maintenance Checklist – Free Download:

This is the first of a series of articles where we’ll discuss maintenance that needs to be addressed regularly and proactively – especially those that are important but commonly overlooked. We believe you can avoid costly mistakes using a rental property maintenance checklist: Avoid Costly Repairs with a Rental Property Maintenance Checklist

Navigating New Rental Laws:

The pace and scope of new rental laws across the United States has increased dramatically in recent years. Keeping up with and complying with these regulations has become much more challenging for property owners and managers. Property management software gives owners and managers great tools to help refine and follow best practices: Navigating New Rental Laws Using Property Management Software

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