Rent Collection: What to Do If Your Tenant Doesn't Pay

Rent Collection: What to Do If Your Tenant Doesn't Pay
The only way you're going to recoup money on your real estate investment is if you have tenants that pay rent on time.Over the past 2 years, Covid has made it difficult for tenants to pay rent on time. As we get back to normal, however, there's less and less excuse for th...

How to Handle Evictions: A Guide for Harrisburg Landlords

How to Handle Evictions: A Guide for Harrisburg Landlords
Quick, think about the country's greatest real estate markets! Big cities like New York and Los Angeles may come to mind. But Harrisburg landed on realtor.com's top-ten list for 2021 for its central location and low cost of living. Harrisburg is great for homebuyers ...

How to Find the Right Rental Property as a Tenant

How to Find the Right Rental Property as a Tenant
In 2019, more than 44.1 million households were occupied by renters. If you're a tenant seeking the next rental property where you'll live, you might be wondering how to find a property that would make you jump to rent it.We've taken the time to list some real estate ...

What Good Landlords Do and Look For in Their Tenants

What Good Landlords Do and Look For in Their Tenants
If you're going to have a successful rental property, you need to learn how to become a great landlord. There are between 10 and 11 million landlords in the US. Sadly, many of these are ill-equipped to deal with the trials and tribulations of being a good landlord. Yes, ...

4 Advantages of Owning a Rental Property and Not Selling

4 Advantages of Owning a Rental Property and Not Selling
Almost 65% of Harrisburg households rent. This means that now is a good time to be a property investor. People are always in need of rental properties. If you've been thinking about selling your home to move elsewhere, it might be time to reconsider. We're here to ta...

Should You Allow Pets in Your Harrisburg Rentals?

Should You Allow Pets in Your Harrisburg Rentals?
A whopping 70% of U.S. households own at least one pet. With so many people renting rather than owning homes, that means many of them could be your future tenants. You might be wondering whether or not allowing pets in a rental property is a good idea. After all, couldn...

A Guide to the Importance of Conducting a Tenant Background Check

A Guide to the Importance of Conducting a Tenant Background Check
There are currently around 45 million households in rental properties in the U.S.This is great news for landlords looking to increase revenue and fill vacancies.It also means there are a lot of new tenants that need screening. This process can seem frustrating and it mi...

Lease Renewal: 4 Ways to Encourage Your Tenants to Stay

Lease Renewal: 4 Ways to Encourage Your Tenants to Stay
It's no secret that retaining tenants can be challenging. When you lose tenants, you have to dedicate a considerable amount of money to attract the attention of potential tenants to fill your property vacancies.The lease renewal period is approaching, and if you want to keep ...

A Quick, Yet Informative, Introduction to Equal Housing Laws

A Quick, Yet Informative, Introduction to Equal Housing Laws
Equal housing laws state that everyone deserves to be considered for safe housing equally. The Federal Fair Housing Act lays out things you cannot discriminate against a potential tenant for, as well as consequences if you do. As a landlord, it's easy to feel like you ne...
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