Landlords are permitted to access their investment property while its occupied by a tenant as long as it’s under certain conditions and notification requirements. Watch the video to learn how much notice must be given to the tenant and what type of reason landlords must have to be permissible under their respective state’s laws.
When warranted, every landlord would like to report a negative payment status or a troubling experience with regard to a recent tenant. However, contrary to the claims of many companies online, most cannot. Consumer Credit Reporting: Unless you have been inspected and approved as a commercial subscriber to the major credit bureaus, you cannot report […]
Due to escalating move in costs for rental property over the past several years, some landlords are accepting surety bonds in lieu of a security deposit. What is a surety bond? It’s a one-time, nonrefundable bond premium paid to a surety provider to act as a third-party guarantor. So if the tenant causes any damage, […]
At some point during your time as a landlord, you may encounter a tenant that is either a nuisance, kind of creepy or maybe you just don’t get along… If you ever decide it would be best to end your landlord-tenant relationship, there are only three lawful options available to you – but all may […]