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Best Ways to Communicate with Tenants: Email, Text, or Call?

Best Ways to Communicate with Tenants Email, Text, or Call?

It’s crucial for landlords to keep open lines of communication with their tenants. After all, a simple call can save you when dealing with repairs or tenant complaints. Moreover, effective communication is key to retaining tenants for longer, as it helps you build a long-lasting relationship with your renters. While communicating with renters can highly […]

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6 Best Ways of Retaining a Tenant

6 Best Ways of Retaining a Tenant

One challenging responsibility you have as a landlord is retaining tenants. High turnover rates can be costly, time-consuming, and can negatively affect your financial goals. However, by implementing the right strategies, you can keep your renters happy and loyal, resulting in longer tenancies.  We at Realty Management Associates, Inc have put together this article, so […]

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Rental Documents Landlords Need

Rental Documents Landlords Need

Landlords must organize their rental documents. Having a good record-keeping system is essential since you want to avoid the stress of losing important rental documents. This post will cover the important records landlords need to have records of! Reasons Landlord Documents Are Important Here are some reasons why you need to safe keep critical rental […]

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SW QTR 1 NARPM Report

The objective of the survey shown above is to show vacancy and rental rate trends among single-family homes and multi-family units in Canyon County and Ada County. Click here to see the report […]

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End-of-Tenancy Cleaning

End-of-Tenancy Cleaning

A major source of conflicts between landlords and tenants usually has to do with the return of security deposits. A tenant may not agree with the deductions a landlord has made and that may result in lengthy back-and-forth.  Luckily, you may be able to avoid deposit disputes by having a proper end-of-tenancy cleaning checklist. Here’s […]

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How To Transition From Part-Time to Full-Time Landlord

Are you tired of looking for a way to achieve financial freedom? Have you been looking into real estate investing and wondering how to turn it into a full-time career? If so, you’re not alone! Many people dream of becoming full-time landlords and generating passive income through rental properties. But the transition from part-time to […]

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Why Pet Screening Is Always A Good Idea

Why Pet Screening Is Always A Good Idea

Being a landlord can be a challenging task and the decision to accept tenants with pets may seem daunting. But with the high population of people owning pets these days—and a good portion of them being renters—renting your property to pet owners can give you a chance to earn better returns for your rental investment. […]

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Renewal Screening Checks

Renewal Screening Checks

Ensuring that your rental property is well-maintained and up to code is crucial. One important aspect of maintaining your rental property is conducting renewal screening checks.  These checks help identify any potential issues with your tenants and ensure they are still suitable to rent from you. In this blog post, we will discuss the importance […]

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Dealing With Noise Complaints

noise complaint

Sometimes landlords end up with loud tenants and might find themselves at the receiving end of a noise complaint. These can come from an HOA member, another tenant, a building supervisor, or a neighbor. There are steps you, the landlord, can take when you receive the initial noise complaint. You shouldn’t automatically assign blame to […]

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