Protect your investment and manage your property like a pro with these tips to prepare for a new resident.
With a little preparation, an open house can save you time and effort — and provide you with a pool of potential tenants in the course of a single afternoon.
An applicant who looks great on paper isn’t necessarily risk-free. Avoid potentially troublesome renters by asking previous landlords specific questions.
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