Is long-term leasing for you? For many people, it is. Many property investors believe that with long-term leasing comes a steady passive income in a great neighborhood. Now, let's be clear. Long-term leasing technically is anything longer than six months. If you are looking for information on short-term leasing, you can find that here. Long-term leasing is generally what most renters look for. … [Continue reading] about Long-Term Leasing. Is It For You?
Thinking about short-term leasing? What exactly qualifies as a short-term lease? Well, it's pretty easy to explain. A short-term lease generally refers to a lease that is either month-to-month, for three months, or anything up to six months. Anything after six months would be considered long-term leasing. That's for another blog. But how can you decide if short-term leasing is something … [Continue reading] about Is A Short-Term Lease For You?
Why are Rental Inspections necessary? Rental inspections are crucial to property management companies like RentWise Property Management and the owners themselves. Why they are important is either a question some property owners ask, or it's something that's a relief to hear when they find out this is a MUST in the property management industry. Some owners purchase a home and never see it … [Continue reading] about The Importance of Rental Inspections
What exactly is the importance of photography in the rental market? Did you know that according to the Wall Street Journal, 95% of potential home buyers view the first photo—the one that shows the home's exterior—for a total of 20 seconds. A professor at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, said, "Without an eye-catching photo, the battle is lost before it begins". At this time, almost all … [Continue reading] about Photography in the Rental Market
We've had a lot of people ask: What is the process of showing a rental property while occupied? How does it exactly work? The time will come for every property owner or renter to give the notice to move or even sell your investment property, therefore, requiring the tenant to vacate. But how exactly does a property manager show rental properties either for rent or sale while they are currently … [Continue reading] about Showing A Rental Property While Occupied
It's perfectly natural for most first-time renters do not understand the benefits of renters insurance. Most think the insurance that the landlord has on the dwelling will cover them. After all, they don't own the home they are living in. But unfortunately, they are wrong. Rental Dwelling Policy's only cover the home itself on behalf of the homeowner. Not the renter. The renter must get renters … [Continue reading] about Benefits of Renters Insurance