Landlords can’t simply enter their tenants’ properties whenever they feel like it. Tenants have rights to privacy and quiet enjoyment, which means landlords can only enter the property under specific circumstances. Find out what those are in this blog post.
Airbnb rentals are at the height of popularity and many people consider using their rental properties to make some side income from short-term tenants. In this post, we discuss some of the legal implications and logistics of hosting on Airbnb.
Spring is a time for change—even in the rental market. This blog post discusses three things landlords can do for new tenants, existing tenants, and property maintenance to make the spring rental season straightforward and stress-free.
No matter how proactive you are in screening tenants for your property, you can’t predict how people might behave when they’re living under the same roof. In this post, we discuss what landlords can do to help mediate conflict between...
The application and screening process for tenants is important for landlords because it allows them to find ideal renters. In this post, we discuss the questions you can and can’t ask applicants looking for housing.