Keep your home intact, energy bills low, and your tenants warm! Winter always seems to come before we know it, and it’s important for landlords to prepare their properties and tenants to avoid any potential headaches or damage. Here are 4 tips to get your rental property ready for the cold season ahead.
Whether your prospective renters are current or future pet owners, listing as ‘pet-friendly’ is often their first criteria when searching for a new rental. As a landlord or property owner, you are going to need to decide if furry family members are allowed as part of the lease. From benefits such as charging higher rent or issues such as damage, here are the 3 top pros and cons of having a pet-friendly rental property!
Low rental season doesn’t mean that you can’t still make money on your investment property. With the right preparation and tactics, there are plenty of ways to ensure that your property stays rented during the winter months.
There are various tricks to maximize a living space so that tenants can live more comfortably. To help, we put together some space-saving tips for property owners and tenants in the 4 most common areas of a home!
Furnishing your rental property is a big decision but it could lead to long term financial success. If you are a new real estate investor or if you are thinking about upgrading your current properties, here are some things to consider before you decide to furnish your rental property.
Building an investment portfolio that includes real estate assets is a great way to build wealth. Here are four options to consider and the benefits of including long term rentals as part of your strategy.
Houseplants seem to be making a trendy comeback but they have many more benefits than just adding some colour to a living space. They boost your mood, clean the air, promote happiness. Take a look at these 7 low maintenance houseplants for green thumbs and plant newbies alike!
Are you going to invest in long-term or short-term rental properties? This is one of the first decisions you make as a real estate investor. While there are pros and cons to each type, here’s a breakdown to help you decide which is better for your investment goals.