What is a Leasehold and Should Landlords Consider It?

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Most landlords are intimately familiar with lease terms, whether they offer them for six months, one year, or two years – the most common timeframes for a rental lease. However, there’s an extended lease option, known as a leasehold, that may be worth consideration as well. What is a leasehold? In a nutshell, it’s a… Read more »

4 Must-Know Tips for Attracting More Applicants

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You’ve got one or more excellent properties that are ready for tenants. Congratulations! Now comes the tough part – finding a variety of applicants that will be a good fit for the home or apartment. If you’ve been having trouble attracting the right number of applicants to give you a well-rounded selection, it may be… Read more »

How To Recognize Fake Pay Stubs

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No landlord or property manager wants to deal with application forgery, but unfortunately, it’s a reality and it may happen to you at one point or another. Even so, you can protect yourself against it in a variety of ways, including requiring a tenant screening service for all applicants and checking their references. It’s always… Read more »