When you are checking in your renters, they will be overwhelmed with information from you, in addition to all the stress of moving. Even if you go through these items when you meet with them, leaving printouts of instructions will be invaluable to them. Plus, if they know how to take care of your property, … Continue reading The Landlord List: Information to leave with your tenants
In addition to an insurance policy, which typically covers fire, hail, and other major damage, you may want to consider purchasing a home warranty for your rental property. A home warranty can be purchased from many companies, and will cost about $600 a year. They will likely charge $75 or so per issue (and may … Continue reading Running your rental business: Should you purchase a home warranty?
If your rental property is a condo unit or apartment, you're probably not too worried about this. Either your unit has hook-ups and (likely) no shared laundry room available, or it has a shared laundry room and is not needed in the unit. This is more a question -- and a major one -- for … Continue reading Running your business: Should you provide a washing machine and dryer?