Renting in an HOA as a homeowner If you are a homeowner, you want to first and foremost make sure you check your community's governing documents and bylaws to make sure you can even rent your home out and what stipulations you could face for renting. If you are new to homeowning, your HOA governing documents and bylaws are given to you upon closing. It's important to understand as a homeowner, … [Continue reading] about Tips on Renting in an HOA
Upgrading your rental property is something that most landlords should do over time and as needed. There are a lot of inexpensive upgrade options for your rental property as well. These upgrades can not only improve your property value, but these upgrades can easily attract new renters or keep your current resident leased. When it comes to what you can upgrade, the list is long. You want to make … [Continue reading] about 5 Inexpensive Upgrade Options for your Rental Property
Paying rent online has become the norm across the board these days however; the convenience of doing so comes at a cost for most tenants. While we here at Rentwise can't control what the credit card companies and banks charge we do our best to mitigate any expenses we can. We do not upcharge these fees or charge any other fees related to paying rent online so having options is just one way we try … [Continue reading] about Paying Rent Online
What will my property rent for? The most asked question of any property manager I would venture to guess. (It's either this or how much do you charge? That is an entirely different blog) Every investment transaction hinges on this factor so you can imagine how important it is to have the most accurate information as possible. We know there are a plethora of resources on the internet to assist any … [Continue reading] about What will my property rent for?
Self-showing lock boxes became very popular after several agents where attacked and even killed in our industry as well as the real estate industry. Unfortunately this has become something that happens more often than people probably know (or want to know) so we initially started using self-showing boxes for the safety of our staff. Most property managers do not have the staff available to have … [Continue reading] about Self Showing Lockboxes
This quarters NARPM survey was published a little later than expected but the numbers are in and they are interesting. This year has been curious to say the least and housing is just one area that has been affected by this years pandemic. 19 property managers participated in this quarters survey of almost 7,700 single family and multi-family properties throughout our Treasure Valley. Take a look … [Continue reading] about NARPM Q2 2020 Vacancy Survey