Risks of Having a Vacant Rental Property

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Owning and renting out properties can be highly profitable, providing landlords with a consistent revenue stream as well as the opportunity for long-term gains. However, real estate investments come with their fair share of risks. One such risk is the possibility of having a vacant rental property.  An empty property may result in the loss…

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Is a Month-To-Month Lease Better for Landlords?

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In the ever-changing real estate landscape, landlords may often find themselves assessing the benefits and drawbacks of various lease types to improve their property management approaches. The month-to-month lease is one such option that has grown in popularity when renting out homes. To help, the team at TrueNest Property Management put together this article; it…

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How To Write a Good Property Listing

With hundreds of homes being listed for rent every day, the rental market is more competitive than ever before. If you want your property to get more visibility, increasing the chances of finding great renters quickly, you need to know how to correctly advertise your rental.  One of the keys to a successful rental property…

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How to Conduct a Tenant Walk-Through Inspection

How to Conduct a Tenant Walk-Through Inspection

Property inspections are a surefire way to ensure your rental property is always in good shape and your tenants are honoring the terms of the lease, be it a fixed or month-to-month lease. In addition to regular inspections throughout the tenancy, landlords must conduct move-in and move-out inspections.  By doing an initial walk-through inspection with…

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9 Tips for Building Stronger Relationships with Your Tenants

Becoming a successful landlord in Broward County, Florida, has its unique challenges and responsibilities. One of the most important aspects of successful property management is building and maintaining positive relationships with your tenants.  Tenants who are content and happy, are more likely to extend their stay, take better care of your property and pay the…

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Costs That Landlords Don’t Notice They’re Accruing

Being a landlord can be a rewarding investment, offering a steady stream of income and potential for long-term financial growth.  However, amidst the excitement of owning rental property, many landlords overlook hidden costs that can significantly impact their bottom line. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the expenses landlords often don’t notice they’re accruing, shed…

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Investing in Out-Of-State Property

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Investing in rental property means approaching real estate opportunities as they arise. While it may not be ideal, sometimes the best option might be to invest in a property out-of-state. Investing in such a property might offer you a chance to diversify your portfolio or acquire an under-valued property.  To make the process easier, the…

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What Landlords Should Know About Move-Out Letters

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While renting out a property, there might come a time when you have to ask a tenant to vacate the premises. To smooth out the process, protect your investment, and leave your unit in the best condition possible, it’s recommended you have a move-out letter ready to be used.  What is the purpose of such…

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Important Factors for Real Estate Investing

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There are many things to consider before investing in real estate. Here are some vital factors that need to be considered prior to property investing. Where Is the Property Located? Location matters. Whether in-state or out-of-state, you need a property address that is in heavy demand to get the best investment returns. The reputation of…

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