I came across this article recently by Sabine Ghali titled 6 Signs It’s Time To Hire A Property Management Company, I think it’s worth your time to read. I’ve always been a proponent of people managing their own properties. However, you have to see your rental as a business, because that is what it is.…

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Many thanks to Whitey Hutten over at Bigger Pockets for this article on how to find a Great Home Inspector. Check out the full article here. Here is a portion of the article that’s helpful… How to Vet a Home Inspector There isn’t a national certification to be a home inspector, and requirements vary state…

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting government-mandated shelter-in-place orders have caused approximately 30 million people in the United States to become unemployed. Unemployment is difficult at anytime, but the pandemic complicated things even more with states unemployment offices being overwhelmed by the influx of unemployment claims. In the end, it leaves many people out of…

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I came across this really well written article over at roofstock that is worth your read. Many landlords self-manage their own rental properties. We think this is great we are here to help self-managing landlords. If the landlord has the time and the attention to detail to manage their own rentals in a legal, effective…

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  Recent law changes in Oregon have given tenants certain rights they did not previously have. The disruption to landlord practices is not the rent cap laws, but the restrictions to no-cause evictions. These laws have necessitated that landlords conform their practices to position themselves in the best possible position in dealing with tenants in…

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When screening applicants you should always do a background and credit check. You should never place a tenant without first completing this step. Occasionally, when preforming a credit check on an applicant, the credit check will come back “NA”. Usually, this happens because the applicant hasn’t built up credit yet. This is typical with college…

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