You work to screen for good tenants, but sometimes we still have difficult renters. When it comes to eviction, it's important to know how to handle it within the law.
One of the most stressful parts of being a landlord is collecting rent from your tenants each month. There's often one check that doesn't clear.
It might be from the same tenant who regularly bounces checks. Or it might be a rare problem from a tenant who always pays rent on time.
Returned checks mean you don't get paid. You also have the hassle of going back to your tenant and getting a check that won't bounce.
What's the best way to handle a returned check? Here's what to do in this situation.
There are numerous benefits to working with a property management firm, such as the peace of mind that comes with knowing a professional will handle any situation that might arise. But did you know that there are benefits to hiring a property management company that you can realize on your tax returns? Read on for more information about the savings you might see when you bring a property management company on board.