Tips to Prevent Tenant Damages to Your Rental Property

While rental properties are a great source of income, preventing and fixing property damage can cause landlords a lot of stress. Normal wear and tear is inevitable when renting out your property. However, sometimes tenants cause property damage that costs landlords time and money. As a landlord, it’s necessary to minimize the likelihood of tenants damaging your investment property. Here are seven practical tips for preventing tenant property damage. Screen Your Tenants Carefully Rental property owners want their rental units to be occupied. Aft…

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Why Successful Real Estate Investors Partner with Property Management Companies

Why Successful Real Estate Investors Partner with Property Management Companies

Investing in real estate is a smart way to generate income and grow your savings. As a landlord, you can earn passive revenue from short and long-term rentals and then reap tax benefits. So, if you consider renting out your property now, it will allow the value of your property to compound over time. Giving you considerable value when you decide to sell. It is important to visualize what you want to do with your rental property to turn it into a good investment. With the right strategy, your rental property can become a thriving business. But…

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What to Do If Your Security Deposit Doesn’t Cover Unpaid Rent

As a landlord, when you begin a new lease with a tenant, it’s crucial to collect a security deposit from them to ensure that you’re protected financially in any situation. Collecting a security deposit from a tenant is standard practice and highly recommended to all rental property owners. A security deposit is usually equal to one month’s rent. While this may help you cover costs caused by a problematic tenant, it doesn’t always cover expensive repairs or unpaid rent. If you find yourself in this unfortunate and challenging situation, keep r…

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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan

Every summer, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan makes its return on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. Running throughout July and August, the festival hosts nightly, full-length plays from Tuesday to Sunday all summer long! Starting in 1985, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan sought to make the work of Shakespeare an enriching and accessible experience for everyone, all while supporting and celebrating the talents and abilities of local artists. It is a festival that occurs every year that produces not only plays performed by professional …

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What Maintenance Issues Are Emergencies And What Can Wait For Regular Business Hours?

When it comes to rental property maintenance, there are no set hours. Sometimes maintenance issues happen outside regular business hours and, as a landlord, it’s your duty to address them. Depending on the nature of the property damage or maintenance issue, you may need to arrange for repairs right away, especially if you’re a long-distance landlord. However, not all property concerns should be treated as emergencies. As a property owner, it’s important to learn about rental safety standards so you can categorize which maintenance issues are em…

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