Spring is the time when a lot of homes go on the market. People upgrading, downsizing, job relocations, all sorts of reasons to sell a current home. If you are considering buying a home as an investment opportunity, to rent to tenants, that makes the current moment a great time to start exploring ideas and properties to begin your endeavors in being a landlord.
Today we are explaining the move in process for our future Mainlander tenants. At the point that you’re ready to move in, your application has been approved and you’ve signed the agreement and paid your security deposit.
On our blog today, we are sharing some ideas for how to have a successful move in and move out process with tenants. The move in process is important because it reflects heavily on the type of tenancy you will have.
There are two important parts of marketing your rental home; taking pictures and posting in the right places.
Today, we are talking about rental scams and how you can protect your property against being used in an online scam. Online rental scams are a sad side effect of today’s online marketplace. So many people are looking for a great home at a fantastic price, and this dream opens up many opportunities for your property to be used in an online scam. These scams are designed to relieve victims of their money, either through upfront credit checks that never actually occur or by gathering personal information to be used in identity theft.
Many properties represented by Mainlander Property Management allow pets with proof of qualifications such as spay/neuter and certain weight restrictions. Moving into a new home is challenging and with a pets can get stressed. Our beloved pet companions can use a helping hand in transitioning to their new environment. Here are some tips to make the move as pleasant as possible for all members of your family.
Carbon monoxide is a silent, odorless killer that continues to claim lives each year as a result of faulty natural gas appliances. In fact, carbon monoxide poisoning is the single most prevalent hazard within homes that use gas-powered appliances. And the most dangerous times are the winter months, when homes are shut up tight to keep out the cold, running gas-fueled heating systems to keep things warm and toasty. U.S. state laws vary, but as a rule of thumb it’s good to know that the bare minimum expected in most states is that the property should remain in a habitable condition. This includes the upkeep of any gas appliances.
If you looking for a apartment or rental house, you are aware of Fair Housing! What exactly is Fair Housing?
Fair Housing is a set of laws, enacted at the federal level and state level in Oregon, to ensure fairness for all who want to rent or buy. Fair Housing in Oregon welcomes everyone home!