Blog Post How to Conduct a Tenant Walk Through Inspection

How to Conduct a Tenant Walk Through Inspection

Scheduling a walk-through inspection of your Kansas rental property helps you assess the condition of your unit before a tenancy begins and when it ends. After successful property marketing, you'll have tenants prepared to move into your rental. To protect your rental sp...
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Blog Post What To Do With Mail From Previous Tenants

What To Do With Mail From Previous Tenants

As a landlord, you may have experienced the difficult situation of receiving mail addressed to a tenant who has moved out. This can be a confusing thing to handle, you might be wondering if you can throw the mail away, return to sender, or if you have to send to a forwarding addr...
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Blog Post Why Pet Screening Is Always A Good Idea

Why Pet Screening Is Always A Good Idea

Are you a landlord looking to protect your property, attract responsible tenants, and ensure a harmonious living environment? Then renting to tenants with pets might be a great idea! However, when allowing pets in your rental pet screening is the key to making informed decisions ...
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Blog Post Rental Property Marketing Mistakes

Rental Property Marketing Mistakes

Are you a landlord looking to attract the perfect tenants and maximize the potential of your rental property? In the competitive world of real estate, effective marketing can make all the difference. It's not uncommon for even the most experienced landlords to make some ...
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Blog Post Dealing With Noise Complaints

Dealing With Noise Complaints

One of the possible challenges you’ll encounter as a landlord is dealing with tenant complaints. The most common cause of complaints is noise that disturbs the peace and prevents tenants and neighbors the right to quiet enjoyment.As a landlord, it’s your responsi...
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Blog Post How to Transition From Part Time to Full Time Landlord

How to Transition From Part Time to Full Time Landlord

Most landlords usually start out by investing in one or two single-family rental properties, but quite a number of them soon realize that being a full-time landlord offers more benefits than being a part-time landlord.If you’ve been a part-time landlord and are looking to q...
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Blog Post Holdover Tenant

Holdover Tenant

Many landlords have one common fear - a tenant leaving the premises before their fixed-term lease is over. Sometimes, however, a tenant may decide to extend their stay after their lease has expired.A tenant who stays after their lease is over is known as a holdover tenant. While ...
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Blog Post What to Do if the Deposit Doesn’t Cover Unpaid Rent?

What to Do if the Deposit Doesn’t Cover Unpaid Rent?

As a landlord, unpaid rent can be a frustrating and stressful situation to deal with. If the tenant's deposit doesn't cover unpaid rent, landlords may need to take legal action to recover the debt. There are several steps landlords can take before resorting to legal ...
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Blog Post Essential Tips for First Time Landlords

Essential Tips for First Time Landlords

Becoming a first-time landlord can be an exciting and profitable venture, but it also comes with significant responsibilities. This can be a hard task, especially for those new to the rental property market. This article will provide essential tips for first-time landlords t...
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Blog Post Risks of Having a Vacant Rental Property

Risks of Having a Vacant Rental Property

As a landlord, you’ll probably experience periods of vacancy. This is a normal part of owning a rental property. Typically, vacancies can be the result of market trends, poor advertising, high rent rates, or a lease agreement coming to an end. Regardless of the cause, filli...
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