3 Ways To Deal With Tenants That Want To Break Their Leases Early

Posted on: 29 October 2015
The lease agreements you use with your tenants is a vital document for protecting yourself and your properties. One thing it should clearly state is the result of a tenant breaking his or her lease before it ends. Leases often state that tenants are responsible for paying rent for the entire lease, even if the person moves out early. Unfortunately, it can be hard to collect all this money from a person, unless you fight the battle in court.
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3 Ways To Find A Fixer-Upper

Posted on: 28 October 2015
If you have dreams of fixing up an old, unloved home and making it truly your own, you might be shopping around for a fixer-upper. However, you might be unsure of where to start! Luckily, there are a few different ways that you can find a fixer-upper that will be the right fit for you and your family. 1. Check the Real Estate Listings Although you might envision big, beautiful houses being listed in the real estate listings in your area, you should know that many real estate agents and sellers list fixer-uppers in these listings as well.
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Five Things to Consider When Looking for an Off-Campus Apartment

Posted on: 27 October 2015
After being in college for a year or two, you may be ready to move out of the dorm and find an off-campus apartment. When you do so, it is important to take your time and make sure you are not rushing into a lease. The following guide walks you through a few things to take into consideration before signing a lease for an off-campus apartment. The Location The location of the apartment you choose is important.
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3 Factors To Consider When Renting A New Apartment

Posted on: 26 October 2015
Are you looking to rent a new apartment? If so, not only is living in a nice quality apartment important to you but renting from a complex that can add convenience to your life is also a major factor to consider. When searching for apartments there are a few ways to improve the living quality you'll receive when renting, such as the following: See if Management Will Change Soon: Moving into a complex that has plans to change their current management can be extremely difficult, as policies may change.
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