Tag: landlord-tenant law

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5 Things Millennials Care About When Renting

Millennials make up the vast majority of renters, but how do they differ from tenants in other generations? Find out five ways you can market your rental property to them in this post.

/ June 12, 2018
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Who Pays for Repairs in a Rental Property?

Repair costs can be expensive, and in a rental unit, it’s important to know what costs are yours to cover and what costs must be paid by your landlord. In this post, find out who pays for repairs, when your...

/ February 27, 2018
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5 Things You Can’t Include in Your Residential Lease

Property and landlord-tenant laws can be a little tricky sometimes. There are some landlords and property managers who don’t construct their Residential Lease Agreements with complete legality because they either don’t understand the law or they are purposefully being unlawful....

/ June 22, 2017
Tenants How to End Your Lease Early

Tenants: How to End Your Lease Early

You just got a job offer that you don’t want to turn down, but the company is located in a different city, and you just renewed the lease on your apartment. For this and other reasons, you may need to...

/ June 23, 2016
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10 Signs You Should Update Your Lease

How often should a landlord update the terms of their lease? Whether you have recently remodeled a unit or wish to adjust the lease length, here are 10 situations when you should review your rental contract.

/ May 12, 2015
8 Pointers All Tenants Should Know to Protect Themselves

8 Pointers All Tenants Should Know to Protect Themselves

Here are some words of advice on how to protect yourself as a tenant during a residential tenancy, including reading the lease over, knowing landlord-tenant laws and keeping a paper trail.

/ August 12, 2014