It is important for property managers and landlords alike to be aware of every change in the rental market. If you don’t properly understand the market, it is easy to underprice a property, overprice, which is often worse, or
Turnovers are a lot of work. They are timeconsuming and can be expensive, but in many cases, they are also an opportunity. The average tenancy for a single-family home last roughly three years. Even if your tenants were the
Becoming a landlord is an excellent way to earn extra income, but it comes with a lot of responsibilities as well. New landlords don’t always quite realize how much work goes into owning and maintaining a rental property.
Half of the inquiries on available rentals consist of one simple question. Do you allow pets? For the majority of prospective applicants, that is the deciding factor. Our culture is one that views pets as a part of the
There are plenty of risks involved in being a landlord, and plenty of headaches. Sometimes, it is your property sitting vacant for longer than expected, or the applicants you move in turned out to not be the great tenants
Spring has finally arrived. Those of us here in Oregon are still having to put up with some cold and rain between the intermediate sunny days. But all the same, spring is here. Consequently, those tenants that need to
For more than 20 years, a coalition of Landlords and Tenants Advocacy groups have been meeting to represent both sides. Every year “responsible” legislation has been passed. And every year landlords and tenants have lost a little of our freedoms.
Inspections are a core part of Empire’s management structure. There is the one-month inspection it takes place approximately one month after the tenant’s first move into the home – and there is the six-month inspection, occurring roughly every six