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from The Reluctant Landlord

How to Handle the Repair-Needy Tenant

Are you a landlord needing to learn how to handle a repair-needy tenant? Check out my tips on what to do in this unique situation!

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from Money Propeller

Things to ask a Potential Tenant

As a landlord, figuring out what a tenant is REALLY like is difficult. Here are things to ask a potential tenant to try to get at their true character, without being extremely obvious.

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What makes a happy landlord? Happy tenants! This infographic gives some great… Learn more about National Legal Services http://www.nationallegalservices.ca/ #NationalLegalServices #SueDebtors #SmallClaimsCourt

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from The BiggerPockets Blog

Tenant Screening: The Ultimate Guide

This is hands down, the Ultimate Guide to Tenant screening - a vast and detailed how to for landlords and property managers. Got a rental or manage one, this is a MUST read! http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/2013/01/27/tenant-screening/

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Real estate property... The Legal Responsibilities of a Landlord v @gwsolicitors Jim Pellerin............................................................... Visit Now! OwnItLand.com

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from Rent.com Blog

Going on An Apartment Tour? Take This Checklist

This apartment tour checklist from Rent.com will make sure everything is in working order before you sign the lease. See it now on The Shared Wall blog!

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6 Week Checklist for Moving into Your New Apartment Infographic...thorough

6 Week Checklist for Moving into Your New Apartment Infographic...thorough

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from The Reluctant Landlord

How to Write an Incredible Lease

The Quick and Dirty on Writing a Kick Booty Lease! My entire success has been through having an amazing lease that has allowed me to hold my tenant to their written word. Legal Zoom Leases change depending on the state and local rules. Therefore I always buy the local “real estate lease”...

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LANDLORDS – minimise the risk of rent arrears by carrying out a tenant check before any students move in.

Waiting for the semimonthly relief checks at Calipatria, Imperial Valley, California. Typical story: fifteen years ago they owned farms in Oklahoma. Lost them through foreclosure when cotton prices fell after the war. Became tenants and sharecroppers. With the drought and dust they came West, 1934-1937. Never before left the county where they were born. Now although in California over a year they haven't been continuously resident in any single county long enough to become a legal resident.

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