When it comes to creating a welcoming rental experience for your tenants, there’s a lot you can do. Fortunately, most of it is pretty simple, straightforward, and cost-effective.
Subletting is when tenants want to add or replace roommates or themselves. It can be a useful tool, although it comes with issues that need to be worked through.
Check out a guide on why landlords should require renters insurance: protecting your property and tenants so that you can make your own decision!
When it comes to renting out a furnished rental, you’ll want to be sure you’ve stocked up on all the essentials potential tenants will expect. However, ensure that you’ve removed any items that may be of value, damaged, or are personal belongings.
Need to grab a quick gift for your tenants? Check out our top 10 gift ideas for tenants in this mini-guide. Click here!
You’ve finally secured a renter for your investment property—now it’s time for the tenant move in checklist! Get a free checklist pdf.
Join us and learn do landlords have to accept emotional support animals and the various rules and guidelines relating to this potentially sensitive topic.
When searching for a tenant for your property, you want to ensure that you choose the best candidate. Check out this post for questions to ask potential tenants!
Ensure that you’re getting the most out of your property by calculating the rent-to-income ratio. Learn everything landlords need to know!
Wondering how you can help your tenant build their credit by renting with you? Here’s how to improve renter credit score with RentRedi.