Tag: renting

When Can a Landlord Enter the Premises

When Can a Landlord Enter the Premises?

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.

/ July 31, 2018
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5 Tips for Renting to Someone with Bad Credit

Nearly 70% of Americans have impaired their credit before 30. Waiting for the ideal applicant could leave your rental unit empty and your property debts unpaid. Find out how to minimize the risks of renting to someone with bad credit...

/ October 25, 2017
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8 Screening Questions for Potential Tenants (and Some You Can’t Ask)

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.

/ September 20, 2017
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What Can a Landlord Deduct from Your Security Deposit?

Landlords must return your security deposit in full if they don’t have any damages to repair, regardless of your renting experience with them. This post has a list of things they can and can’t deduct from your deposit, to help...

/ July 20, 2017
10 Conversations to Have With a Roommate

10 Conversations to Have with A Potential Roommate

More and more people are living with roommates later in life to save money, live closer to the urban core, and even just because they would prefer not to live alone. But how do you know if someone will make...

/ February 16, 2017
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Long-Distance Moves: Getting From A to B

Moving in general is a hassle, but the farther you move, the more complicated it becomes. Find out the costs, questions, and considerations associated with long-distance moves in this post.

/ April 12, 2016