Should I Sell or Rent My House?

Should I Sell or Rent My House

I often get asked whether a family is better off selling their house or renting it out instead. Our answer to the “should I sell or rent my house” question will depend upon what your current situation is. There are times when renting out your house will make sense, just as there are times when…

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Creating a Sense of Community with Your Residents

sense of community with your residents

One of the biggest complaints of renters is that they feel isolated. They might be new to the area and would love to meet their neighbors. It can be tough with residents having different schedules. As the landlord, you can encourage the Sense of Community with Your Residents. They’ll care more about the property as…

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8 Great Tips for Being a Better Landlord

tips for being a better landlord

Being a successful landlord doesn’t seem like it would be that difficult. You get a few good tenants, make sure repairs are done in a timely manner and collect your rents. In fact, tenants are not always great and rents might not cover unexpected expenses. An overloaded landlord is often the result. Screen Applicants Thoroughly…

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How to Get Your Tenants to Pay On Time

Collecting rent payments on time is essential for maintaining your business. Many property managers are unable to maintain their property because tenants are more than two months behind on rent. Fortunately, there are things that you can do in order to increase your tenants’ chances of paying on time. Below are some tips that will…

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How to Prevent a Plumbing Problem in Your Apartment

One of the advantages of being a renter is that your property manager is responsible for fixing any plumbing issues that you may have. However, dealing with a plumbing problem can still be a major nuisance. There are many things that you can do to prevent plumbing issues. Below is a list of tips that…

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5 Amenities For Student Renters

  If you own rental properties near a student population, such as Dixie State College in St. George, then targeting that population is a sound approach. Stereotypes aside, students tend to be excellent renters who often have less demands than renters in the workforce and who can pay more due to sharing rent among roommates.…

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Social Media for Property Owners

Filling vacancies with quality tenants is one of the most crucial aspects of property management. Since so many renters are now turning to social media as a way to hunt for apartments and rental homes, property management companies like Keyrenter Elite in St. George are taking advantage of these platforms as well. With that in…

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Keyrenter St. George: Southern Utah’s Best Property Managers

Looking for a professional to manage your property in southern Utah? Keyrenter St. George property management should be your first choice. It’s one thing to own property but quite another to deal with finding good tenants, managing maintenance, and collecting rental payments. Every busy landlord needs a good right hand man, an agency that takes…

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