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Following the end of a tenant's tenancy, the landlord has responsibilities. If there is no damage to the property other than normal wear and tear, landlords must restore the security deposit and verify that the tenant cleaned the property before leaving. It's crucial to have a maintenance and repair clause in the rental agreement and an end-of-tenancy checklist because tenants and landlords may have differing standards of cleanliness. This may mitigate disputes and give the tenants guidance on what areas to concentrate on. What Is the End of Te…

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Safeguarding your home isn’t just about locks and alarms; it takes strategic planning and smart choices. Our homes, especially those we lease, are not just buildings. They are significant investments and, more importantly, the safe havens to those we rent them out to. We have curated tips to ensure that your property remains a secure, prosperous investment, and a safe, serene home for your tenants. Tips To Keep Your Property Safe From choosing the right tenants to making sure the locks work, we’ve got some expert tips to help you out. Let’s d…

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Creating a compelling video tour of your rental property is an effective way to attract potential tenants and showcase the unique features of your space. With the rise of virtual viewings, having a high-quality video tour can significantly enhance your property's appeal. Here's a detailed guide on how to create an engaging and informative video tour of your rental property. 1. Preparation is Key Understand Your Audience: Tailor your video to appeal to tenants. Highlight features that would be most appealing to them. Declutter and Clean: Ensur…

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Each landlord’s ultimate goal is to earn a consistent return on their real estate investment. To achieve this, it’s essential to attract long-term tenants. Long-term tenants will allow you to have a steady stream of rental income for your property and reduce tenant turnover, ultimately saving you time and money. Another good reason to have renters for the long haul is that you can cultivate a positive landlord-tenant relationship and have trustworthy tenants. This article discusses the ways to attract more long-term renters into your rental sp…

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Allowing pets into your rental property can be a great way to increase your rental income. However, many landlords may have some concerns with dealing with possible pet damage or noise issues. This can be easily resolved with a strategic and thorough pet screening procedure. In this article, we will cover the essential aspects to include in a pet screening process and what to look for when screening your tenant’s pet. What Are the Advantages of Pet-Friendly Rentals? There are many benefits for landlords who accommodate pet owners, including th…

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