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Do you have a tenant who isn’t paying rent? The most common route for getting rid of a tenant who isn’t paying rent is to go through the eviction process.
If you are a landlord or are considering becoming a landlord, things will break in your rental home. You need to be prepared to pay to fix stuff.
Sometimes you are just fixing something that broke which is easy enough. And sometimes you are stuck cleaning up after a tenant who has moved out.
If you are lucky, it is something that you can charge the tenant for, which makes it easier to swallow. A stopped up toilet would be one example of something that can be charged to a tenant. But, there will be other items, like a water heater, that break in the home that you have to pay to fix. Continue reading
When you own rental property, repairs are inevitable. Some things just break and sometimes your tenant is rough on the house.
Whether you have one repair or multiple repairs that need to be done on your rental home, you have to gain access to the property in order to make repairs.
Smelly investment homes are as common as bad tenants when you are a landlord. I am not talking about the more normal damp or musty smell that often accompanies a vacant home. These smells can be gotten rid of pretty easily just by airing out the home or using great smelling cleaning products.
Do you collect rent online to make it easier for your tenants to pay every month? Collecting rent on time from every single tenant every month is the goal of all landlords and property managers on the planet.
Buying property to renovate and rent is one of the most important things you do as an investor. A rental home located in a good area can earn you a lot of money.