Renting out a house can be a great way to make some extra money, especially if you need a way to help cover the costs of the mortgage and other associated expenses that come with home ownership. But, it is not a situation you should enter into without some background knowledge about what you need to do and what you can expect. To help you along the way, here is a guide to renting out a house.
You’ve dreamt of having rental property and now you have it, but with all the perks of being a landlord, you have drawbacks to deal with too. One of the most difficult drawbacks is determining how to get a renter to move out. After all, it can’t all be bubbles and moon pies or everyone would be a landlord.
If you are a landlord for any amount of time, you are bound to experience some unpleasant dealings with tenants. As a landlord, you also know that when a tenant doesn’t pay rent on time (or at all) that money is coming right out of your pocket. When you have a tenant who refuses to move out, the situation can get ugly and expensive pretty quick. Time is of the essence to get your rental property making money again. What happens when your renter will not move out? Read on for some great tips!
You’ve recently settled into a rental home. You want to decorate it but there are so many restrictions. How can you make it feel like home without breaking the rules? Here are 6 options for decorating a rental home.
It’s time to find new tenants for your rental home but your current tenants still have a month left on their lease. Here are six things to consider when showing a rental property with tenants.