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Monday, August 27, 2018

#53 Ask A Property Manager with Eric Worral and Andrew Schultz (plus special guest Scott Hampton)
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Questions from the RentPrep for Landlords Facebook Group: - Tenant wants a dog but lease says "no pets without written landlord consent." How do I tell them no to getting a dog? - How to handle tenants dragging their feet at the application/screening process - Tenant provides proof of renter's insurance but not pet liability...

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Think Realty radio-making informed decisions with data
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You can’t make uninformed decisions when dealing with assets this big. Any seasoned investor knows that data plays a huge role in investing and can make your strategy that much better. Featuring guests Erica Ruzika and Scott Hampton.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Filing Insurance Claims On Rentals

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Scary Stats About Tenant Evictions
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For the past 14 months I’ve been creating content for RentPrep, a tenant screening service located just outside of Buffalo, NY. I’ve come across some very telling data when it comes to evictions. The most recent nationwide study suggests that there were 2.7 million evictions in 2015 in the United States. Let’s break th...

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Baby Proofing Your Rental – Orlando Property Management Tips
The topic of child safety in your rental property is an extremely important one. You may be thinking that it’s the responsibility of your tenants to child proof and baby proof a home. That’s true, but as a property owner, there are a lot of things you can do to make it easier. All rental properties need to be safe and hab...

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Homeowners vs. Landlord Insurance: Which One Covers Your Orlando Rental Property?
As a landlord, you need a good insurance agent to help you make an informed decision about purchasing insurance for rental property. If you don’t have the proper insurance coverage for your rental property, you can find yourself with serious financial and legal problems. Homeowners Insurance vs. Landlord Insurance Proper cove...

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

How to Reduce Vacancy Loss in Orlando – Property Management Tips
Vacancy loss will cost you money, and every day that your property remains vacant on the rental market is a day that your investment becomes more expensive. Today, we’re talking about your vacancy rate and how to shorten your property’s vacancy time. Property Management Orlando: Pricing and Condition Price the property ...

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Security Deposit Deductions in Orlando: Damage vs. Normal Wear and Tear
Security deposits can be a source of contention between landlords and tenants. The amount of the deposit that is returned depends on knowing what is normal wear and tear. This is probably one of the hardest things to determine and explain. The normal wear and tear definition is the deterioration of the property that occurs during occup...

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

How to Handle Difficult Tenants – 5 Tips from an Orlando Property Manager
  Knowing how to deal with difficult tenants can be tricky. Today, we are sharing five tips that may help you as a landlord. No matter how diligent you are during the screening process, difficult people can slip through the cracks. Develop a Consistent Process You must be firm, fair, and consistent will all of your procedures. Docu...

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Hoarder Tenants in Orlando Rental Homes – Can You Evict Them?
Hoarding in rental units can often be a major problem for landlords, and you need to know what can be done when you have a tenant who has been hoarding in your property. You might have a tenant who is simply a packrat, and tends to gather and collect a lot of possessions. Hoarders are different than pack rats, and their behavior is con...

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