How Tenants Can Benefit From Custom Offers

You should be the least observant human being in the world not to notice that rental market is getting increasingly tight over the years. People no longer dream of settling in one place and staying there no matter what. They value mobility and flexibility, that’s why the rental industry is booming.

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Atlanta: Just How Good is the Rental Market?

By Marina Shlomov, ALH Podland Realty & Rental Homes Property Management Rental markets can change in a heartbeat. So many factors work together to determine what will be the best or the worst environment for investors. It is important for everyone interested in investing funds in a rental property to do their fair share of research.

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Write a Letter of Notice to Your Landlord Before Moving Out

Although a long-term rent sounds like something durable, one day it comes to an end anyway. And when you find yourself at this stage of your renter’s journey, it’s always better to be informed about the best practices of moving out. That’s why we prepared and published a comprehensive guide on seamless moving earlier this year. And although it seems to explain all the ins and…

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Landlord Insurance: All Questions You Ever Had Are Finally Answered

The life on planet Earth is risky in its own right, but the level of risk doubles when you decide to become a landlord. If you think that your tenants will be special – tidy, cautious, and willing to sacrifice their lives in the name of the safety of your belongings, you’re just fooling yourself. Windows get broken, wine spills on carpet, children paint monsters…

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How To Build Up Your Credit Score: Major Secrets Revealed and Explained

That’s not to say that a good credit score equals happiness, but it definitely makes your life easier. When your score is high, you appear as a reliable and trustworthy person. But when your score leaves much to be desired, it gives you harder times applying for a credit card, refinancing your student loan, and even applying for a rental property. Like it or not,…

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