Posts Tagged ‘property management’

4
Dec

When your tenant does the disappearing act, here is what you do.

I’m hoping that you never need this advice, but here is a helpful article on ”what to do if a tenant abandons your rental property.” While you may want to just pack up their belongings and have a garage sale, legally it is very important that you follow the right steps. Getting tired of managing your own […]

11
Nov

New Investment Property Article on eHow.com – Screening Tenants

When it comes to az investment property, one of the most important factors impacting profitability is selecting the right tenant. Read the new HomeLovers article on eHow.com here on “How to Screen a Prospective Tenant for your Rental Property.” It has nine tips to help ensure you are putting the right tenant in your home […]

28
Oct

Are AZ Landlords Negotiating With Renters?

HomeLovers had an interesting interview with Arizona Republic real estate reporter Catherine Reagor recently on renter trends and issues – real life examples of what’s going on in the rental market with tenants right now. One of her questions was the current renter market – are landlords negotiating with renters or bargaining? Are they settling […]

23
Sep

How To Select A Property Management Company

by Noel Pulanco, HomeLovers Sales Manager, Realtor® Shopping for a Property Manager can be one of the most confusing things you will ever do. When people contact HomeLovers in their search for a property management company, inevitably one of the first questions that they ask is “what are the costs?” Some managers look very expensive […]

31
Aug

HomeLovers on Twitter

HomeLovers is now on Twitter – tweeting about local Arizona real estate, property management and real estate investor news, and sharing expertise and options. Follow us at @azhomelovers today!

18
Aug

10 Questions To Always Ask A Prospective Property Management Firm

When looking at property management companies, there are a handful of questions that savvy real estate investors should ALWAYS ask. It helps you weed out those agencies that charge “junk fees” and don’t have the experience to make sure your real estate portfolio is consistently profitable – whether you have one investment home or a […]