Property Management Blog

Risks of Having a Vacant Rental Property

Pinnacle Property Management - Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Property Management Blog As a landlord, sometimes you’ll experience a vacant unit. One tenant may leave before you find another replacement. While this is a normal occurrence, it’s advisable to fill your vacancies as quickly as possible. Not only can vacant rental properties lead to a loss in passive income and a gain of maintenance costs, but va...

When Does a Guest Become a Tenant?

Pinnacle Property Management - Monday, February 15, 2021
Property Management Blog Tenants are allowed to have guests in their rented premises. It is one of their fundamental rights. Guests may include a visiting family member, a roommate or a significant other. However, some guests may choose to overstay their welcome.So, in this article, we’re explaining how to know when a “guest” really becomes...

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords

Pinnacle Property Management - Saturday, January 2, 2021
Property Management Blog Entering the rental property industry is an exciting affair as you’ll receive passive income and increase your wealth portfolio over time. However, becoming a landlord isn’t easy. You must learn some basics in order to avoid costly errors. As a first-time landlord, it’s important to learn about rental management as ...

What is "Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment"?

Pinnacle Property Management - Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Property Management Blog Whether there is a lease in place or not, federal, state and local laws give tenants certain rights. One such law is the “Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment.” It’s a foundational concept built into every tenancy agreement. It guarantees every tenant the right to live in their rented premises in quiet and peace, fre...

Becoming a DIY Landlord? 8 Property Management Mistakes to Avoid

Pinnacle Property Management - Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Property Management Blog Owning a rental property is great way to generate some extra income. If you’re the hands-on type, it can be fulfilling to know the ins and outs of the rental management industry. You get to build on your skills and expand your knowledge. If you’re considering buying investment property, keep on reading! In this article, w...

How to Retain Long-Term Renters

Pinnacle Property Management - Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Property Management Blog When having a successful rental business, it’s crucial to find the right tenants. Good tenants always pay rent on time. They also take the initiative to contact you when necessary and are considerate in the treatment of your property. When you find a good tenant, it’s best to retain them long-term.What are the benefits of havi...

How to Increase Your Income Without Raising Rent

Pinnacle Property Management - Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Property Management Blog Do you want to boost your rental income?You can get more creative than raising the rent! Sudden hikes in rent may be illegal in your area. Even if it's allowed, doing so multiple times may result in a higher tenant turnover rate as well.Having an entrepreneurial mindset is useful for landlords. It’s possible to make more money w...

Should I Allow Tenants to Paint My Rental Property

Pinnacle Property Management - Monday, August 10, 2020
Property Management Blog Have your tenants inquired about painting your rental?As a landlord, it’s likely that you have opted for colors in your rental units that are as neutral as possible. Gray and white are common favorites among rental owners. Even though these colors are neutral, you may still encounter tenants who find these colors off-putting.As a re...

How to Write a Good Property Listing

Pinnacle Property Management - Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Property Management Blog To attract the best quality tenants available, you need to grab their attention from the initial marketing of your rental property. By writing a good property listing, you can achieve this. It’s your first introduction to a prospect and therefore, your chance to impress your target market. This introduction should be done in a ...

Tips to Prevent Tenant Damages

Pinnacle Property Management - Friday, June 5, 2020
Property Management Blog As a property owner, you want to protect your investment and keep it damage-free. That said, property damages caused by negligent tenants are a common scenario. Floor scratches and marks, broken furniture, gaping holes in the walls and chipped wood are all common examples of damages you may experience in your rental property. As a r...

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