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Blog Post Rent Collection: What to Do If Your Tenants Won't Pay

Rent Collection: What to Do If Your Tenants Won't Pay

Everyone has had trouble paying rent at least once in their life. Maybe they had a medical emergency or miscalculated their budget.But what's the best path to take as a landlord when dealing with tenants who haven't paid their rent? While some people work with their landl...
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Blog Post Support Animals in Rental Properties: What You Need to Know

Support Animals in Rental Properties: What You Need to Know

Owning a Houston rental presents a lot of challenges you may not anticipate. Case in point: receiving an emotional support animal (ESA) housing letter.If you're not allowing pets, the letter may make you take a second look at your regulations. On one hand, an ESA animal is an...
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Blog Post The Do's and Don'ts of Effective Maintenance Coordination in an Apartment

The Do's and Don'ts of Effective Maintenance Coordination in an Apartment

21% of property managers say maintenance is a challenge for them. If you own a rental property and agree with that 31%, then this article is for you. We'll discuss the do's and don'ts of maintenance coordination so it's an easier process. Maintenance coordina...
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Blog Post 5 Mistakes Landlords Make in a Pet Friendly Apartment

5 Mistakes Landlords Make in a Pet Friendly Apartment

As a landlord in Houston, Texas, renting pet-friendly apartments and homes can be a great way to boost your rental income. However, it isn't without its drawbacks.Allowing pets in a rental property increases your pool of possible tenants and lets you charge higher r...
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Blog Post Tips and Tricks on How to Make Rent Collection a Breeze

Tips and Tricks on How to Make Rent Collection a Breeze

Houston, Dallas, and Fort Worth are three of the largest cities in Texas. Unfortunately, these landlords filed more than 37,000 evictions in these three cities in the first quarter of 2022. Landlords want to avoid evictions, as they cost money and create extra stress. But la...
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Blog Post Landlord FAQ: Do You Allow Assistance Animals?

Landlord FAQ: Do You Allow Assistance Animals?

In recent years, the US has heard a lot of conversations about emotional support animals. In 2019, roughly 200,000 emotional support animals existed in the US. Emotional support animals are just one kind of support. Other animals offer physical disability services to their o...
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Blog Post 4 Keys to Rental Investing Like a Pro

4 Keys to Rental Investing Like a Pro

Did you know that the housing market gained a worth of almost $7 trillion last year and shows no signs of slowing down?Even owning a single rental property can end up giving you a substantial passive income. However, succeeding with this type of investment opportunity is sometime...
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Blog Post Top 5 Property Improvements That Attract Renters by the Dozens

Top 5 Property Improvements That Attract Renters by the Dozens

Property owners are enjoying the spoils of surging rental prices. Over the past year, the average monthly rent has increased nearly 14%. It now costs a renter more than $2,000 per month across the United States.You can secure higher rent with efforts to spruce up the property. Th...
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Blog Post Lease Renewals: A Brief FAQ

Lease Renewals: A Brief FAQ

The rental vacancy rate in Houston, Texas peaked in 2010 at 13.76%. Although the percentage has been slowly dropping since then, rental vacancy rates are still high in Houston compared to the rest of the United States.For this reason, landlords should try to keep good tenants for...
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Blog Post The Do’s and Don’ts of Tenant Placement

The Do’s and Don’ts of Tenant Placement

Houston is the fourth most populous city in the nation, but you might be struggling to find tenants to stay in your rental property. There are people out there who want to rent. Sadly, not all of them are great tenants.To decrease vacancy rates and increase income amounts, c...
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