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Tips to be proactive and positive regarding Property Management Maintenance Issues

Regardless of its age and condition , Maintenance issues will exist in every rental property, If you stay proactive, your property maintenance costs will be lower and your property will remain in tip top condition. Today, we will share some ideas on how to put together a rental maintenance plan and budget. Maintenance Budget - Let's G...

Why You Need a Professional Property Manager

The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Property Manager Saves you time, work, and stress: You don't have to hire someone to clean, paint, or make repairs. You don't have to advertise, take rental calls, and show the property. You don't have to screen applications and be apprehensive about who to pick. You don't have to exe...

Why I Became A Property Manager

Two events shaped my decision to become a property manager...unfortunately both negative. But, let me start at the beginning. In 2010, after a divorce, I found myself in a position of transitioning from a home owner to a renter. I worked at Keller Williams as a Realtor and within the office we had an agent that was a property manager....

Landlords: Should you allow pets?

Almost every landlord has had a tenant that owned a pet. From chihuahuas, to kittens, to enormous Great Danes, pets are part of the family to those who raise them. That’s a problem, isn’t it? If you allow pets, there will be damage. If you don’t allow pets, there will probably be damage anyways. Herein lies the root of ...

Why Conduct Regular Inspections of Your Rental Properties

If we didn't trust our tenants, we probably wouldn't rent to them, but when it comes to your properties and the protection of their value, here are 3 reasons as to why it is a good idea to conduct regular inspections of your rental properties. First, to confirm that no illegal activity is taking place. Second, check and see if a...

3 Steps For Managing Security Deposit Refunds

Having tenants in our rental properties can be great things when we go through the proper suggested tips to find the perfect fit, but just like in anything, there can be ups and downs. Sometimes we find ourselves in situations that are not ideal and we have to start asking bigger questions such as “What do we do from here?” ...

How to Manage Security Deposits

Property managers should always require a refundable security deposit in residential property management properties. This deposit should be kept in a separate account for trust or escrow funds and will be returned to the tenant in part or in full once the tenant has moved out. Security deposits are often the most hostile subject...

Breaking the Lease

Most tenants sign a lease for a year at a time. This ensures that for that year, a steady income can be counted on and decisions for either finding new tenants or continuing a lease can be thought out and planned on. This helps landlords rest easy in tenant stability for the most part. However, there are some circumstances in wh...

Increasing Curb Appeal

Increase the value of your rental property by making some aesthetic changes and following a few simple tips. Check for concrete damage and consider making repairs. There are emerging low cost options, such as concrete lifting, to fix cracks and sunken concrete slabs as opposed to total concrete replacement. These small re...

Why Use a Property Manager

Purchasing rental property in NM is a smart investment and can be a significant source of residual income for property owners. However, property management can be an enormous undertaking that requires a great deal of time and effort. Property management involves the process of finding and vetting quality renters, keeping prope...


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