Entries by Matt Pelton

Hire Real Property Management before October 1st, and you’ll enjoy our lowest rate ever at just $79. per month!

Learn how professionals like Real Property Management are managing rentals and the benefit for owners like you?  Read on…. Many “buy and hold” real estate investors decide early on managing their own rental property simply isn’t worth the time and effort. This is especially true for investors that own properties outside of their immediate geographic […]

Independence Day!

Independence Day, also known as the 4th of July has been an official U.S. holiday since 1941. However, the tradition of celebrating our country’s independence from Great Britain goes back to the 18th century and the American Revolution. On July 2, 1776, the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence, and two days later, on […]

Useful Life, Normal Wear and Tear?

Useful Life and Expectancy It’s a situation that’s fairly common in residential property management. Move-out day arrives. The tenant has vacated the property, and as the landlord you’re ready to walk the unit and complete the move-out inspection. You open the door and stop, mouth open. It’s dirty. The carpet and paint are damaged, beyond […]

Celebrate, Relax! Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day weekend is upon us – a time to celebrate, relax, take advantage of a long weekend, and most importantly, to remember Americans who died while in  military service. Observed annually on the last Monday of May, the holiday was formerly known as Decoration Day, when the graves of fallen soldiers were decorated in […]

4 Ways To Lower Your Property Maintenance Costs

Property management in Ohio and Kentucky comes with it’s own set of unique challenges. However, maintaining your property to keep it in pristine condition is something every investment property owner needs to do. The good news is that with a little planning and a few smart decisions, taking good care of your property won’t require […]

The Important Game of Tenant Retention

Real Property Management Midwest Having a vacant property will be the largest expense a landlord can incur. Not only are you losing a fixed amount each month in rent, when you take into account the costs of advertising, getting it rent-ready, and the monthly mortgage costs you still have to pay, the totals quickly stack […]