Entries by Real Property Management Midwest

What to Do When Your Property is Left Behind by a Tenant…

You’ll have to follow due process and possibly get the local government involved depending on the total value of the abandoned property. Simply put, you’ll need to inventory the belongings, safely store them, and then either return, sell, keep, donate, or trash them after a certain amount of time. It can be time-consuming and an […]

The Start of a Great Rental Relationship is for Both Parties to Know The Following Landlord – Tenant Rental Rights…

In a survey published by Zillow, a surprising number of landlords revealed that they do not fully understand their rights or legal obligation regarding the laws for landlord-tenant rights. In the same survey, 47% of renters lacked understanding of basic rental laws. Landlords and renters are most confused about laws concerning security deposits, background checks, […]

When Planning to Renovate Your Property It Is Important To Know Your and Your Tenant’s Rights…

Has the time come for your investment property to be updated for a tenant turnover or simply routine property maintenance? When planning to renovate your property it is important to know your and your tenant’s rights. Your renters will benefit from the upgrade but there is a right and wrong way to do things and […]

5 Tips For Why and When To Conduct Routine Rental Inspections To Protect Your Rental Property…

Your rental properties are valuable assets to you and your livelihood. You do your best to make sure that you only get good tenants that you can trust will maintain and value the place they’re calling home. Sometimes the most thorough tenant screening processes let one bad tenant slip through the cracks and your property […]

Reasons Why Tenants, Landlords, and Property Managers All Like Online Portals For Rental Property Communications…

Whether you’re the tenant, landlord, or property manager, you can benefit from online owner/tenant portals. Being able to keep all important documents in one place and access them as needed is important. No more wasting time! Portals are a great tool to communicate, address concerns, and manage properties. As a landlord, are you using online […]