Property Management

Tips and tools for property management

Red Flags for Landlords Members Public

Irresponsible renters who don’t take care of your property, can’t pay rent on time, and are unresponsive can make a landlord’s life more difficult than it has to be. Here are some red flags to look out for when choosing a potential tenant that may indicate problems down the road.

Daniel Lavarte
Daniel Lavarte
Property Management

Apartment Noise Complaint? Here's What You Can Do Members Public

Most people have had their share of outside noise entering their homes, but what happens when this noise is taken too far? Communities can be a challenging place to negotiate with neighbors. Here's what to do if you are dealing with noisy neighbors.

Kiana Moattari
Kiana Moattari
Property Management

What All Landlords Should Know About Squatter’s Rights Members Public

As a property owner, you have many responsibilities. You might even have to unclog a few toilets or fix a burst pipe here and there. However, many property owners don’t realize that they hold a more daunting responsibility: maintaining ownership and rights to your property from squatters.

Edwin Cheung
Edwin Cheung
Property Management

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac’s New “Adverse Market Fee” Members Public

In mid-August, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac announced a new mortgage refinancing fee, or “adverse market fee”, to hedge against the uncertain housing market amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about this and what it means for you.

Edwin Cheung
Edwin Cheung
Property Management

Can a Landlord Break a Lease to Move In or Sell the Property? Members Public

Finding the perfect rental space can be a challenge, and it can be difficult to make an unexpected farewell. Here's what to do if your landlord breaks the news that they need to sell/move in to the property.

Hannah Erling
Hannah Erling
Property Management

How to Write the Perfect Tenant Welcome Letter Members Public

How exciting, a new tenant just moved in! This is a period of transition for you and your new tenant, and it’s important to ensure that they are equipped with all the necessary information to be a responsible occupant. The more information your tenant has, the better!

Caroline Mameesh
Caroline Mameesh
Property Management

Collecting Rent During the Pandemic: A Landlord’s Guide Members Public

When collecting rent from your tenants during this pandemic, it’s important to remain cautious and avoid putting yourself at risk whenever possible. Here’s what you need to know about charging rent during this ongoing pandemic, helping ensure you keep yourself and your tenants safe in the process.

Daniel Lavarte
Daniel Lavarte
Property Management

Avoiding Negative Situations When Renting to Roommates Members Public

Renting to roommate tenants, or “co-tenant renters”, can be more challenging than renting to a single tenant. Renting to multiple, unrelated tenants raises issues in many respects. Here are some tips for managing co-tenants.

Liliana Vazquez
Liliana Vazquez
Property Management