We’re in the midst of a global pandemic and COVID-19 is having a serious impact on every industry…especially ours. As homeowners try to figure out how to pay their mortgage and tenants struggle to make sure rent is paid, the NLA wants you to know we’re here to help.
From managing tenants to real estate investing, you’ll find all the tips and advice you need right here.
Alabama State programs have been introduced to help small businesses and non-profit organizations to get through the coronavirus pandemic. The loans provide economic support to small businesses to help overcome the financial crisis. Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy...
Making money on your rental means ensuring it’s full at all times and that your profit margins are right. While winter isn’t the best time for posting rental listings, you can still use the downtime to re-think the way you fill your vacancies
Between the holidays and the weather, winter can be a dead-zone for the rental industry. Although it may not be an ideal time for filling vacancies, it IS a great time to start preparing for the busy season ahead so that when the best time to rent rolls around you’ll be ready.
When you’re a landlord you have to deal with all kinds of unwanted visitors. From creatures of the insect variety to ones that are decidedly more…human. When guests become pests it can be frustrating all around.
Call us optimists, but we like to think most landlords out there are genuinely trying to do their best at owning and renting a property. However, we also believe that nobody is perfect. Here are three things you might not know you’re doing wrong so that you can avoid...